5×5: Five Cities, Five Big Tech Ideas Coming to Boston on Dec. 8, 2010October 27, 2010
John Gilleland and TerraPower were invited to participate in “5×5: Five Cities, Five Big Tech Ideas,” Xconomy’s special forum on the biggest new ideas in technology.
Author: Gregory T. HuangVisit Website »
Miniature Nuclear Reactors Might be a Safe, Efficient Source of PowerSeptember 14, 2010
The question for many has shifted from whether to build nuclear plants to where and how. And increasingly there’s interest in the idea of mini reactors: power plants that provide energy for only a small area.
Author: Brian PalmerVisit Website »
Source: Washington Post
TerraPower’s Multibillion-Dollar Nuclear Reactor PlanJune 16, 2010
TerraPower raised $35& million in Series B funding from Khosla Ventures, Charles River Ventures and Bill Gates.
Author: Yuliya ChernovaVisit Website »
Source: Wall Street Journal
The Next WaveMay 01, 2010
TerraPower is on the forefront of innovation in nuclear power generation and waste recycling.
Author: Steve RenoVisit Website »
Source: Seattle Business Startup
Bill Gates Goes NuclearFebruary 15, 2010
Last year, Bill Gates caused a stir by releasing mosquitoes into the audience at the TED conference. His aim: to bring to life the idea of malaria as a scourge of the modern world. This year, he set free some fireflies to highlight a new theme: energy and climate change.
Author: Helen WaltersVisit Website »
Source: Business Week
John Gilleland: On the Traveling Wave ReactorSeptember 01, 2009
TerraPower, LLC has been launched by the company Intellectual Ventures to design a traveling wave nuclear reactor.
Author: American Nuclear SocietyVisit Website »
Source: Nuclear News
More than “Renewable” Energy Needed: MicrosoftJune 24, 2009
The head of Microsoft Corp’s $9-billion research unit thinks the debate over stopping climate change is being muddied by talk of renewable energy.
Author: Peter HendersonVisit Website »
Safer Nuclear: Six Generation III+ Reactors Set for the U.S.June 11, 2009
The Big Picture: It’s nearly impossible to imagine making meaningful carbon dioxide reductions without designing safer, cleaner reactors and rolling them out immediately–because no one wants to build more of the reactors we have today.
Author: Sean CaptainVisit Website »
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