Fusion Energy

What is Fusion Energy?

Fusion energy refers to the energy released by fusing light nuclei. When two light nuclei fuse to form a heavier nucleus, the resulting energy can be used as a source of power. Nuclear fusion has several important advantages over fission.

Significant advances in materials and computing power now enable much more rapid progress in fusion energy development!

Database of Fusion Projects LINK

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Advantages of Fusion Energy

  • No carbon emissions
    • The only by-products of fusion reactions are small amounts of helium, which is an inert gas that will not add to atmospheric pollution
  • Abundant fuels
    • Fuel is purified from sea water
  • No long-lived radioactive waste
  • Safety
    • No danger of a run-away reaction or melt-down
  • Non-weaponizable
    • Components of fusion system cannot be diverted into weapons
Jesse Treu, Ph.D.Founder, Chairman
Brian McDonaldTrustee
Peter BurnimFounder and Board Member
Phil ButterfieldTrustee
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