Martin Wood, co-founder of Bryden Wood, will be presenting at an event on 3 November, during COP26. Convened by Terra Praxis, a non-profit organisation focused on action for climate and prosperity, the event will bring together political leaders, industry specialists, investors and stakeholders representing several trillion dollars in potential market demand. They will discuss achievable, global-scale strategies to compete with fossil fuels, and break through the world’s largest and most difficult carbon emissions challenges: coal and liquid fuels. 

More than 2,000 Gigawatts of coal-fired power station capacity is operating in the world today, adding roughly 15 billion tons of CO₂ emissions per year. This amounts to almost half of all carbon emissions.

Bryden Wood are working with Terra Praxis on strategies to repower existing coal-fired power stations with advanced heat sources (such as small modular reactors). This will allow the existing infrastructure to continue supplying reliable energy - but without emissions - and advance ground-breaking progress towards Net Zero by 2050.

Martin will be discussing how Bryden Wood are developing a technological infrastructure and a platform approach to repowering existing power stations that will make it possible to deliver this project affordably, at the scale required, and in the time available.


You can read more about this essential project [here]