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We are revolutionizing nuclear fusion with our ground-breaking approach - harnessing the immense power and precision of high-powered lasers. Our pioneering technology has already exceeded expectations, generating an astounding 10 times more fusion reactions in our first demo. This remarkable achievement positions our company as one of the leading contenders in the global race to commercialize clean energy, propelling us towards becoming the first commercial entity to achieve fusion. Join us in shaping the future of sustainable energy.

To create a new element by fusing atoms, one must overcome the powerful repulsive forces that push two positively charged nuclei apart. It is similar to hurling strong magnets towards each other in space, with the intention of causing two north poles to collide instead of simply avoiding each other.

The Sun achieves this by containing a vast number of hydrogen atoms compressed into a superheated plasma at its core, reaching temperatures of tens of millions of degrees. Heat is a representation of the speed at which atoms or molecules are in motion or vibrating. At such high temperatures, the hydrogen atoms collide and merge with great force, resulting in the release of energy that provides warmth to our planet.

Our strategy allows us to bypass the scientific obstacles that have hindered the progress of fusion energy for over 50 years. As a result, our development plan will be quicker and more cost-effective than any other fusion method.

Conceptual design of the remote handling system

Outline

  • Fusion energy is an ambitious and valuable pursuit;
  • Private investors are showing increasing interest;
  • Our venture is exclusively focused on developing modular and compact tokamak-type reactors;
  • The evidence supporting our approach to fusion is continuously growing;
  • Our clearly defined goals will attract more investment opportunities;
  • Any level of success will generate enthusiasm and momentum in the fusion community;
  • We are committed to collaborating with investors and partners to achieve complete success.

Spherical Reactors – an Expedient Fusion Solution

Spherical reactors (SR)

The high performance of this system is achieved by effectively containing plasma and enhancing stability, enabling it to operate efficiently in a small size.

High-temperature superconducting magnets (HTS)

The primary technology that allows for the creation of the strong magnetic fields necessary for cost-effective fusion energy.

Modular reactor design

Smaller reactors speed up the process of making them available for commercial use by enabling quick development and minimizing the risks typically associated with introducing a new type of reactor.

Achievements and Current Progress

SR20 1.0 SR20 1.1 SR20 1.2 SR55
Field: Low Poloidal
Field: Copper Toroidal
Field: Copper
Field: Low Poloidal
Field: HTS Toroidal
Field: Copper
Field: Low Poloidal
Field: HTS Toroidal
Field: HTS
Field: High Poloidal
Field: Copper Toroidal
Field: Copper
Plasma pulse of a few milliseconds (recently extended to 28s) Plasma pulse of 8s A World First Modular reactor with all HTS magnets The SR55 project is now well in progress.
We can rapidly construct a compact tokamak. We can extend the plasma pulse. Long pulses feasible with HTS and RF (micro-wave) current drive A high magnetic field in a small tokamak is the key to compact fusion energy.
First patent application filed on fusion power from compact spherical tokamak with HTS magnets. Patent filed on fusion power from low-power spherical tokamak. The potency of tokamaks need not be confined to their size, according to published papers. First patent grant and four new patent applications on HTS magnets A document discussing the physics, engineering, and financial feasibility of compact fusion has been submitted for publication, along with three additional patent applications for high-temperature superconducting (HTS) magnets.

Our Modular Reactors

  • Locally distributed power networks can employ small reactors with a 90MWe output capacity to be integrated into a GWe-scale power station;
  • Capital expenses make up the majority of the cost of electricity (CoE);
    • The high 𝛽 and bootstrap current fraction achievable in spherical tokamaks minimizes the capital cost of the magnet and current drive systems and improves overall efficiency;
    • Shared services and sub-systems can reduce capital costs;
    • Reactor designed to minimize CoE;
  • Reserve modules enable off-line maintenance while preserving plant availability;
  • The possibility of off-site assembly-line production and the resulting cost reductions;
  • Compared to a single, GWe size plant, the initial operator expenditure and risk are decreased.

Timeline to Fusion Power

Challenge Aim Technical Details
Hotter than the sun 2018 Utilizing an alternative technique called "merging compression" to initiate the machine and achieve temperatures exceeding 18 million degrees.
100 million degrees 2018 Refining merging compression technique to heat the plasma to 100 million degrees (fusion temperatures). Opening up the route to smaller reactors with higher magnetic fields.
Fusion energy gain 2019/20 Demonstrating the ability to maintain plasma at a sufficiently high temperature for a duration that achieves energy-breakeven conditions, potentially without fully fueling the system to avoid regulatory delays. Additionally, showcase a high toroidal field superconducting magnet for a device of similar scale to SR55.
First electricity 2024 Combining improved high-temperature superconducting magnets (higher field) with knowledge of fast plasma control in a compact design to achieve the first electricity.
Electricity into the Grid 2025 ECollaboratively utilizing global research, aiming to develop a fusion power plant capable of enduring harsh conditions for sustained commercial operation.

Assessing the Commercialisation

We are refining our designs for future commercial plants. Our fusion core technologies are supported by extensive research and development. Our engineering efforts are based on test beds that provide insights into our designs and validate our models and simulations.

Our approach presents a practical way to bring fusion energy technology to reality. Advancements in modern electronics, resilient materials, and plasma physics enhance the potential of fusion energy technology.

SR55

High magnetic field (4T)

Plasma pulse length 1.5 - 8s

Copper magnets (liquid nitrogen cooled)

Stable Plasma

We have performed small-scale tests to comprehend the stability of plasma when subjected to compression and when present in liquid metal setups.

Plasma Injector

Our plasma injector designs are based on a multitude of prototypes and extensive testing, including over 200,000 plasma experiments. These experiments involved utilizing some of the most powerful fusion plasma injectors and lasers currently in operation.

Advantages of Our Compact Modular SR55 Spherical Reactors

Energy Independence

Changing the composition of energy portfolios has the potential to put at risk the autonomy and ability of a local energy system, which in turn affects the durability of its power grid.

Resource Efficiency

High land demands create challenges for energy production methods with lower concentrations. Our company's design, which is both compact and integrated, is well-suited for being situated close to the intended usage area.

Affordability

Decarbonizing energy-intensive processes such as manufacturing and transportation can be costly. However, fusion technology offers a solution by reducing the expenses associated with integrating wind and solar energy into the grid. Moreover, fusion provides alternative options in situations where battery electrification is not feasible.

Grid Consistency

Power supplies need to guarantee that there is always enough electricity available by stabilizing the unpredictable nature of certain energy sources that are influenced by the weather. Fusion Energy provides a versatile, dependable, and controllable solution to enhance a carbon-free energy combination.