Not only does low-cost, emission-free energy in the form of advanced nuclear power plant technology address the rudiments of SDGs #7 and #13, it is also inescapably linked to SDGs #1, 2, 3, 4, 8, 9, 10, 11, 15. Fully eleven of the seventeen SDGs have been proven to be enabled by low-cost, emission-free, energy-dense, electricity and heat generation. Terrestrial Energy’s singular ambition is to deploy as much capacity as possible, as quickly as possible, to every corner of the globe. As Chief Financial Officer, I, along with my colleagues, face the overwhelming task of capitalizing this ambition, in the face of a near-total information gap respecting our technologies. And we must do so sustainably and equitably. The successful achievement of our ambitions will surely enable the dramatic ascent of human flourishing associated with energy transitions historically, particularly in places where low-cost, emission-free energy is not yet accessible. I am grateful to learn best practices from my colleagues in industry who I now join on the CFO Task Force, and I am pleased to share our story of how Terrestrial Energy seeks to realize its ambition for a just energy transition globally.