Clean energy solutions
for a bright future.

A company on a mission.

TAE was founded in 1998 to develop the ultimate clean energy solution: a commercial fusion power source that is compact, cost-effective, capable of sustaining the planet for centuries, and safe in every way. The patented technologies created for TAE’s unique approach to fusion are now being leveraged for adjacent innovations in electric mobility, power management, and more. In all sectors and around the world, TAE is committed to creating a bright future for us all.

Latest news.

July 2022 | TAE

TAE Technologies Exceeds Fusion Reactor Performance Goals By 250% As Company Closes $250 Million Financing Round, Totaling $1.2 Billion To Date

After achieving temperatures greater than 75 million degrees Celsius and demonstrating unmatched real-time control of plasma with its state-of-the-art fusion research reactor, Norman, TAE Technologies announced that it has secured strategic and institutional investments to fund the construction of its next research reactor, Copernicus.

March 2022 | TAE

TAE featured at first-ever White House Summit on commercial fusion

TAE Technologies was honored to be among the small group of companies invited to Washington, D.C. on March 17 for a notable first: a White House Summit devoted entirely to the promise and progress of the fusion industry, laying out a “Bold Decadal Vision of Commercial Fusion.”

March 2022 | TAE

TAE Technologies Announces Appointment of Chief Science Officer to International Union of Pure and Applied Physics

TAE Technologies, the world’s leading developer of clean fusion, is pleased to announce the appointment of Chief Science Officer (CSO) Dr. Toshi Tajima to the International Union of Pure and Applied Physics (IUPAP) Commission 16 on Plasma Physics.

Collaborators.

U.S. Department of Energy
Google
University of California, Irvine
Budker Institute Nuclear Physics
Princeton Plasma Physics Laboratory
University of California, Los Angeles
University of California, Los Angeles

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