X-energy Stock

www.x-energy.comEnergy / Clean EnergyFounded: 2009

X-energy, founded in 2009, engineers nuclear reactors and their fuel striving to provide carbon-free nuclear power to countries, utilities, and communities. Their Generation IV Xe-100 reactors are high-temperature gas-cooled and their safety is designed to not rely on active systems, electrical power, or human actions. The company’s production methods aim to be safer, more cost-efficient, accessible, and cleaner than conventional nuclear manufacturing. X-energy is headquartered in Rockville, Maryland.

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Management Team

J. Clay Sell JD
Chief Executive Officer
Harlan Bowers
President
Matt Welsh
Chief Information Officer & Vice President
Dave Bannister
Chief Nuclear Officer
Alan Ho
Chief Procurement Officer & Vice President
Eben Mulder
Senior Vice President & Chief Scientist
Thomas Nixon
Senior Vice President & Chief Commercial Officer
Steve Miller
Senior Vice President & General Counsel

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Christopher Ginther
Ontario Power Generation

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News Highlights

X-energy Closes $235M Series C Financing
X-energy, a Rockville, MD-based developer of small modular nuclear reactors and fuel technology for clean energy generation, has completed its Series C financing round with an additional $80M from Ares Management Corporation and X-energy Founder Kam Ghaffarian. The round brought the total amount to $235M. Previous investors included Ontario Power Generation, Curtiss-Wright Corporation, DL E&C, and Doosan Enerbility.
Updated on: Feb 21, 2024

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