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is Electric.

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Clean fusion energy solutions

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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.

The Atlantic

January 2023 | TAE

Introducing TAE Power Solutions, a power management spin-off company from fusion energy leader TAE Technologies

TAE Technologies, the world’s largest private fusion energy company, today announces the formation of TAE Power Solutions, a new subsidiary. TAE Power Solutions intends to deliver a first-of-its-kind technology to fundamentally improve the reliability, efficiency, longevity, and affordability of electric-powered products, from vehicles to renewable energy storage.

December 2022 | TAE

TAE Technologies’ statement on US nuclear fusion advancement

Today we congratulate our colleagues at the Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory, many of whom we’ve known and worked alongside for decades in the pursuit of fusion.
The scientific break-even advancement represents a theory made reality. Fusion has long been dubbed the “holy grail” of clean energy and this advance brings us one step closer to true viability. Today’s net energy milestone validates a major breakthrough for the entire global field of fusion.

November 2022 | TAE

Clean Fusion Energy Leader TAE Technologies Wins $17.4M CalCompetes Grant

TAE Technologies, a private company founded to commercialize fusion energy with the cleanest environmental profile, has been awarded a highly competitive California Competes Grant by Governor Gavin Newsom’s Office of Business and Economic Development (GO-Biz).

The $17.4 million grant will directly support job creation in fusion development, as well as TAE’s rapidly expanding power management business.

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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