The Future of Global Energy Starts TODAY!

Written By Jason Williams

Updated January 10, 2024

With everyone in the world so focused on wind and solar power when it comes to zero-carbon electricity, I wouldn’t be surprised if you missed the big news that just dropped last week…

It didn’t get a lot of coverage and got basically no fanfare at all.

But it could mark the biggest step the world has ever made toward truly transitioning away from fossil fuels without sacrificing grid-level power.

It’s got nothing to do with lithium-ion batteries, or any other kind of battery, for that matter.

And it’s got nothing to do with other forms of potential fuel like hydrogen or ammonia.

It’s not news about some special kind of metal or other element that’s going to revolutionize energy storage.

But it’s still some of the biggest news we’ve seen in the energy industry in a very long time.

Bill's Big Bet

You see, several years ago, multi-billionaire Microsoft founder Bill Gates took a big risk and invested tons of money into a tiny energy company with huge aspirations.

The company was called TerraPower and its goal was to research, develop, and commission an entirely new kind of energy generation system.

This system would provide clean, stable baseload power to energy grids around the world.

And in doing so, it would completely revolutionize the energy generation industry and perhaps even the world we live in.

Flush with cash from Gates’ massive investment, TerraPower set about developing a completely new kind of nuclear reactor.

Not Your Grandfather’s Reactor

This reactor would be far smaller, far less expensive, far more efficient, and immensely cleaner than any form of nuclear reactor ever commissioned to generate power.

It would become a new breed of energy generation system now known as SMRs, or small modular reactors.

As the name suggests, these are WAY smaller than what most people think of when they hear the words “nuclear reactor.”

In fact, they’re small enough that the entire system could be hauled into place on the back of trucks or on train cars.

That’s why they’re not just small reactors, but small modular reactors…

They don’t have to be built on a specific site and live there forever, but can instead go wherever the power needs to be generated.

And after years of research and development, TerraPower is finally ready to bring its first test reactor online and start the process of getting regulatory approvals to ship it all around the globe.

They call it “Natrium” and the inaugural testing runs will take place at the company’s campus in Kemmerer, Wyoming, over the course of the next year.

But TerraPower is still a private company, so it’s a little tougher for investors to get a foot in the door of this soon-to-explode revolution in energy generation.

You’ve got to dig a little deeper. You’ve got to look at who Bill Gates and his nuclear power company are working with.

But if you do, you’ll find some really incredible potential investments, one of which, in my educated opinion, stands head and shoulders above the rest…

And to make things as easy as possible for you, I’ve already done the digging. And I’ve uncovered five of the company’s biggest partners that are all but guaranteed to grow right along with Gates’ company…

The Picks and Shovels of the Next Energy Revolution

A few of them are even already public — most notably, the one providing the fuel to power that new generation of reactors.

But we’ll get to that one in a bit. First, let’s talk about the others…

The first of which is Western Service Corporation (WSC), a small, privately held engineering simulation company from my former home state of Maryland.

WSC's vision is to provide the power industry with innovative, state-of-the-art simulation technology products and services that will add value in the design, commissioning, and safe and reliable operation of their power generating or process plant assets.

And TerraPower has selected it to provide the software platform and engineering services for the Natrium engineering simulator, which TerraPower is developing to simulate normal operation and plant protective functions.

Next up is James Fisher Technologies, provider of remote solutions, specialty engineering, and technical services for applications within hazardous environments or with high-integrity requirements.

As the U.S. distributor of James Fisher Nuclear and James Fisher Prolec, JFT provides the North American market with a customer-focused engineering and technology supplier with access to the latest products and valuable solutions that ensure the safety of their workforce and enable the successful completion of the task at hand. 

The company will design and build the injection casting furnace system that will be implemented in TerraPower's Everett laboratory and will demonstrate the basic functionality of the injection casting process.

The third partner I’ve uncovered is another private operation called BWXT Canada Ltd. But this private company is owned by publicly traded BWX Technologies (NYSE: BWXT).

BWX, headquartered in Lynchburg, Virginia, is a legacy supplier of nuclear components to the U.S. and it’s been around since 1867, showing that management knows how to keep the company going.

And its subsidiary and Gates’ latest partner, BWXT Canada Ltd., has over 60 years of expertise and experience in the designing, manufacturing, commissioning, and servicing of nuclear power generation equipment.

It will design the intermediate heat exchanger for the Natrium reactor demonstration project, a critical component that transfers heat from the primary sodium in the primary heat transport system to the intermediate sodium in the intermediate heat transport system.

Fourth on the list is another private subsidiary of another publicly traded company, Curtiss-Wright Flow Control Service LLC.

It’s owned by Curtiss-Wright (NYSE: CW), a world-renowned supplier of engineered products, solutions, and services to the aerospace, defense, general industrial, and power generation markets.

The private subsidiary has been contracted by TerraPower to develop the reactor protection system (RPS) for the demonstration project. The RPS performs important safety functions in accordance with regulatory requirements.

TerraPower said this contract follows a phased approach including provision of a prototype system, planning, and engineering support prior to the detailed design, manufacture, testing, and delivery of the RPS.

So TerraPower might be private, as are some of its partners, but there are two public companies anyone can get a stake in that are going to be working with it on the future of global power.

The Cornerstone of "New Nuclear"

But you’ll remember I mentioned five partners earlier. And I hinted that one of them was going to be providing all the fuel for those reactors to burn during testing.

It’s pretty much the most important partner, too, because it’s the ONLY company in the Western Hemisphere that’s got the licenses, approvals, and capability to produce the fuel these reactors need.

It’s got a storied history in the traditional nuclear industry, as it used to be THE main supplier of nuclear fuel to the ENTIRE world, before the U.S. industry fell behind.

It’s got tons of legacy contracts and connections with the U.S. government, especially the ever-important Department of Energy.

It just got final approval to get the centrifuges running and start cranking out the only fuel this new generation of small modular reactors requires.

Plus, it’s based right here in the U.S., unlike every other company capable of producing the fuel needed.

And those competitors aren’t even competition, because they’re in countries we don’t necessarily get along with, like Russia.

I’ve already used a lot of space to tell you about TerraPower, Gates’ massive bet on nuclear power, and who he’s partnering with to accomplish his ambitious goals.

So instead of taking up more space here, I’ve decided to share a report I put together for the investors in my community, The Wealth Advisory.

I’d like to give it to you free of charge so that you can take advantage of this little-known company and the meteoric share price rally that it’s partnership with Gates and TerraPower should cause.

It contains all the information you’ll need to make an informed investment in the future of global power generation.

So take a little time out of your day to give it a read. But make sure you do it soon.

Word is getting out about this public partner. And the stock is really starting to rally…

And with Gates on the other end of this partnership, there’s a chance the company just gets bought lock, stock, and barrel.

It’s not like he can’t afford it.

And if that happens before you get invested, not only will you miss out on the rally this partnership will cause, but you’ll also miss out on being able to invest at all.

So get all the information today and get yourself invested before the market wakes up to the immense potential packed into this little-known firm.

To your wealth,


Jason Williams

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After graduating Cum Laude in finance and economics, Jason designed and analyzed complex projects for the U.S. Army. He made the jump to the private sector as an investment banking analyst at Morgan Stanley, where he eventually led his own team responsible for billions of dollars in daily trading. Jason left Wall Street to found his own investment office and now shares the strategies he used and the network he built with you. Jason is the founder of Main Street Ventures, a pre-IPO investment newsletter; the founder of Future Giants, a nano cap investing service; and authors The Wealth Advisory income stock newsletter. He is also the managing editor of Wealth Daily. To learn more about Jason, click here.

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