The global repower Consortium

GLOBAL LEADERS with Proven Capabilities

Terra Praxis is leading a global consortium – including governments, regulators, academics, nonprofits, finance, and industry stakeholders – dedicated to harnessing the power of emissions-free heat sources and power to decarbonize the largest sources of global carbon emissions. The consortium has already attracted some of the world’s largest and most innovative global leaders in the critical disciplines required for success. Click on the logos below to learn more about our partners and partnerships.

The Consortium

Praise for Repower

“We really believe in this opportunity and so we just said: what do you need and what can Microsoft bring to this?”
Conor Kelly

Sustainability Technology Lead - Azure Global, Microsoft

“As part of this pivotal moment to reach Net Zero, we are proud to partner with Terra Praxis to help transition one of the world’s largest sources of carbon (coal) to zero emissions.”
Gary Lawrence

Power & Grid Segment President, Schneider Electric

“Particularly exciting to see that [Terra Praxis] is developing not just this concept but an actual tool that global coal plant operators will be able to use to assess the viability for their own operations.”
Richard Powell

Executive Director, ClearPath

“With these technologies now maturing, the next horizon is about their deployment, which is really a bridge to bankability for nuclear. And that’s to me what we’re really talking about here today, which is that we need a phased approach to the deployment of new nuclear that prioritizes speed to market.”
Jigar Shah

Director of the Loan Programs Office, U.S. Department of Energy (US DOE)

“I would like to applaud Kirsty Gogan and Eric Ingersoll on their work around flexible nuclear applications, including heating, hydrogen, and repowering coal plants with small modular reactors. This kind of ingenuity serves as a reminder: regulators must always be ready for whatever comes our way...we need to know and understand what's coming.”
Rumina Velshi

President and CEO, Canadian Nuclear Safety Commission

“In my capacity serving as part of the White House environmental justice advisory council...we're working on a project called the Justice40 Initiative where 40% of the investment benefits from any coal fired installation…has to go to communities that are around the immediate region and 40% of the jobs have to go to those communities as well. Those benefits have to be seen. Over the next six to 12 months we're working on this regulation process...and making sure that we have kickstarter for nuclear...ready to go in terms of equity, in terms of processing, in terms of operation, and everything in between.”
Jerome Foster II

Climate Advisor, White House Environmental Justice Advisory Council