The Secret Behind Project Phoenix

Keith Kohl

Written By Keith Kohl

Updated May 15, 2024

You’ve probably never heard of Project Phoenix before today. 

Don’t feel too bad — I’d wager most people are in the same boat. Go ahead and ask your friends, family, coworkers, or anyone else you come across, for that matter. 

It sounds ominous, doesn’t it? A secret, insidious black op conducted by some shadowy U.S. government agency on foreign soil that makes the best of us immediately reach for a tinfoil hat. 

Although a few of you wouldn’t bat an eye after hearing about such a program —or the hundreds of millions of dollars that’ll pour into it from taxpayer coffers — plenty of people would be more incredulous of its existence. 

But believe me, it’s real. 

What’s more important, however, is that not only is Project Phoenix real, but it may do more to help solve the world’s growing energy crisis than you could ever imagine. 

Thing is, this project isn’t a secret at all.

And the sooner investors realize the opportunity, the sooner they can properly prepare for the transition away from fossil fuels. 

Less than a year ago, the creation of Project Phoenix was announced at COP27. 

Look, aggressive emission targets are nothing new to us. We’ve watched as countries around the world established incredibly ambitious emission goals ever since the Kyoto Protocol was adopted back in 1997. 

That ambition has led to some truly insane actions. For proof of that, just take a glance at how some EU members like Germany are faring after torching their coal and nuclear power capacity over the last decade. 

The energy crisis that emerged from that folly has landed Germany in its current dire situation. 

And up until recently, that has been the standard operating procedure — bastardize anything that doesn’t have the words "wind" and "solar" in its name. 

But you know just as well as I do that any transition away from fossil fuels isn’t going to happen overnight. 

And it sure as hell isn’t going to happen without a powerful source of energy that can provide the kind of baseload power that countries require. 

Fortunately, some people are starting to wake up.

Project Phoenix Is Just the Beginning

Slowly but surely, countries are starting to realize that a clear path to “net zero” — the ultimate goal of climate activists everywhere — isn’t going to happen without substantially growing the world’s nuclear capacity. 

Many of those targets, including in the U.S. and U.K., include hitting net-zero emissions by 2050. 

In 2015, nearly 200 countries signed the Paris Agreement, which has the end goal of limiting global temperature rises to 1.5℃. 

You’ve seen this aggressive push yourself. Just take a look at how many governments have already implemented a date to ban ICE vehicles. 

But like I said before, the solution to our future power needs is going to take much more than wind and solar, which seem to garner all the media spotlight these days. 

That’s where Project Phoenix might surprise you. 

This isn’t some paramilitary operation but rather an energy project designed to establish and build next-gen nuclear tech around the world: small modular reactors. 

The project is progressing faster than you might expect, too. 

Just this week, the U.S. announced that within the next five years, it will deploy Europe’s first American-made SMR in Romania — and we’re not talking about the massive multibillion-dollar projects that come with traditional nuclear plants. 

SMRs are a fraction of the size and can operate with a capacity of up to 300 MWe per unit. They can be built off-site and transported to any location, as well as scaled to meet the grid size. 

We’re not the only ones who see this opportunity, either. SMR technology is accelerating across the globe, from China and Russia all the way to the U.K. and Canada. 

And as this technology starts to gain traction, with more and more projects taking shape, you’ll realize what most investors don’t…

The real opportunity for individual investors like us won’t be in building these small modular reactors but rather in fueling them.

Until next time,

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