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Founded Year

2006

Stage

Corporate Minority - II | Alive

Total Raised

$928.5M

Last Raised

$30M | 1 yr ago

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About TerraPower

TerraPower is a nuclear energy technology company focused on the energy sector. The company's main offerings include the development of advanced nuclear technologies that provide carbon-free energy and processes for extracting radioisotopes for medical use. TerraPower primarily sells to the energy industry. It was founded in 2006 and is based in Bellevue, Washington.

Headquarters Location

15800 Northup Way

Bellevue, Washington, 98008,

United States

425-324-2888

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ESPs containing TerraPower

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Industrials / Energy Tech

The small modular reactors (SMR) market presents a flexible, cost-effective, and safe alternative to conventional nuclear power plants. These compact reactors can be used primarily for electricity generation, but also for heat production (for industrial processes) and desalination. Furthermore, the technology for SMR production can be applied for the production of portable power sources for remote…

TerraPower named as Leader among 7 other companies, including NuScale Power, Westinghouse Electric Company, and Kairos Power.

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CB Insights Intelligence Analysts have mentioned TerraPower in 1 CB Insights research brief, most recently on Oct 11, 2022.

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TerraPower Patents

TerraPower has filed 180 patents.

The 3 most popular patent topics include:

  • nuclear power reactor types
  • nuclear reactors
  • nuclear technology
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Application Date

Grant Date

Title

Related Topics

Status

12/13/2022

2/6/2024

Nuclear power reactor types, Nuclear reactors, Nuclear research reactors, Nuclear safety and security, Graphical control elements

Grant

Application Date

12/13/2022

Grant Date

2/6/2024

Title

Related Topics

Nuclear power reactor types, Nuclear reactors, Nuclear research reactors, Nuclear safety and security, Graphical control elements

Status

Grant

Latest TerraPower News

Navigating Challenges and Harnessing Advancements: The Landscape of the Nuclear Energy Sector in 2024

Feb 20, 2024

News Provided By Share This Article 2024 Nuclear Energy Outlook LONDON, UNITED KINGDOM, February 20, 2024 / EINPresswire.com / -- In 2024, the nuclear energy sector is undergoing a transformative phase, marked by unprecedented global attention as nations strive to meet climate goals. Technological innovations, geopolitical dynamics, and concerted efforts to address climate change are shaping the trajectory of nuclear power. GreeNewclear provides its in-depth exploration of the main challenges and trends defining the nuclear energy sector in 2024. Global Surge in Nuclear Support The surge in support for nuclear power, witnessed at COP28, stems from its unique position as a reliable, dispatchable, and zero-carbon solution, and stakeholders recognize its crucial role in mitigating climate change. Countries like the United States, Canada, and European nations are committing to triple their nuclear power generation by 2050, underscoring a global consensus on the importance of nuclear energy in the transition to clean energy. Record-Breaking Generation and Global Expansion Anticipated records in nuclear power generation in 2025 are supported by substantial investments worldwide. By 2025, nuclear power generation is forecast to reach an all-time high globally as France is set to increase its nuclear output, various plants in Japan are brought back online, and China, India, and South Korea are spearheading reactor construction projects, reflecting a commitment to expand nuclear capacity, and emphasizing the global nature of the industry's resurgence. The First Ever Nuclear Energy Summit The first-ever Nuclear Energy Summit in Brussels (March 21-22, 2024) will bring together nuclear experts and government officials to discuss the industry's role in reducing fossil fuel use, enhancing energy security, and fostering economic development. Coming after the historic inclusion of nuclear energy in the Global Stocktake at COP28, the summit symbolizes a concerted effort to propel nuclear power to the forefront of the global energy conversation. Japan’s Fukushima Continued Water Release Tokyo Electric Power Company (TEPCO), the operator of Japan's Fukushima nuclear power plant, reportedly intends to discharge approximately 54,600 tons of treated water from the Fukushima facility starting April 2024. The water, treated through the Advanced Liquid Processing System (ALPS) and diluted with seawater, has met all international safety standards according to the IAEA and testified of the technological and scientific advancement in the field of nuclear safety and nuclear waste management. Technological Advancements and Deployment The completion and commercial operation of Vogtle Unit 4, an advanced AP1000 reactor, highlights the continuous expansion of the United States’ nuclear infrastructure. Efforts to secure a domestic supply of high-assay low-enriched uranium (HALEU) and the construction of advanced reactors, such as TerraPower’s Natrium power plant and X-energy's high-temperature gas reactor plant, underscore the industry's commitment to technological innovation. Advanced Reactor Developments Advanced reactors, such as TerraPower’s Natrium and X-energy's Xe-100, represent the next frontier in nuclear technology. Innovations in fuel use, safety, and efficiency position these reactors as pivotal components of the industry's future. However, challenges in securing HALEU fuel and navigating regulatory approvals highlight the complexities involved in bringing these transformative technologies to market. Nuclear Fusion – the Disruptive Game Changer 2023 has seen several breakthroughs in nuclear fusion, putting the world closer to harnessing an abundant energy source free from carbon emissions and long-lived radioactive waste. At COP28 in December 2023, US special climate envoy John Kerry announced an international plan to boost nuclear fusion as a potential game-changer in the fight against climate change and in the field of nuclear energy―providing cheap, clean and limitless fuel for all our energy needs. Policy and Governance Recognizing the necessity of nuclear power in addressing climate challenges, strengthened nuclear governance, and the impact of evolving nuclear suppliers on geopolitics are critical areas for action. The importance of innovative policy partnerships becomes evident as countries navigate the multifaceted challenges associated with maximizing nuclear energy’s potential in the global energy transition. Final Remarks The nuanced landscape of the nuclear energy sector in 2024 is characterized by a delicate balance between challenges and opportunities. With increasing global support, ongoing technological advancements, and collaborative efforts, nuclear power is poised to play a pivotal role in shaping a sustainable and low-carbon future. The upcoming Nuclear Energy Summit in Brussels stands as a testament to the industry's commitment to addressing global challenges and driving nuclear energy to the forefront of the clean energy transition. Rosemarie Panagakou

TerraPower Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ)

  • When was TerraPower founded?

    TerraPower was founded in 2006.

  • Where is TerraPower's headquarters?

    TerraPower's headquarters is located at 15800 Northup Way, Bellevue.

  • What is TerraPower's latest funding round?

    TerraPower's latest funding round is Corporate Minority - II.

  • How much did TerraPower raise?

    TerraPower raised a total of $928.5M.

  • Who are the investors of TerraPower?

    Investors of TerraPower include Hyundai Heavy Industries, ArcelorMittal, Bill Gates, SK Innovation, U.S. Department of Energy and 6 more.

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