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

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, today announced a three-year partnership with the Natural Selection Tour (NST), uniting the two organizations in a shared commitment to sustainability and conserving the natural environment. NST is a world-class, one-of-its-kind snowboarding tournament showcasing riders competing on the planet’s most exciting natural(ly enhanced) terrain.

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

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

TAE Technologies, the world’s leading developer of clean fusion, today announced a three-year partnership with the Natural Selection Tour (NST), uniting the two organizations in a shared commitment to sustainability and conserving the natural environment. NST is a world-class, one-of-its-kind snowboarding tournament showcasing riders competing on the planet’s most exciting natural(ly enhanced) terrain.

TAE Technologies and Natural Selection Tour Team Up to Reduce Carbon Footprint with TAE Power Management Solutions

TAE Technologies and Natural Selection Tour Team Up to Reduce Carbon Footprint with TAE Power Management Solutions

TAE Technologies, the world’s leading developer of clean fusion, today announced a three-year partnership with the Natural Selection Tour (NST), uniting the two organizations in a shared commitment to sustainability and conserving the natural environment. NST is a world-class, one-of-its-kind snowboarding tournament showcasing riders competing on the planet’s most exciting natural(ly enhanced) terrain.

The promise of fusion

The promise of fusion

Google-backed TAE Technologies, which has raised $880m (£650m), predicts its reactors will be commercialized within ten years. In experiments, the company has already reached more than 50 million degrees Celsius, and a new prototype will operate at more than 100 million degrees Celsius. “Our livelihoods depend on delivering – or we’re gone,” says Michl Binderbauer, chief executive of TAE Technologies, which has operated since 1998.

Fusion race kicked into high gear by smart tech

Fusion race kicked into high gear by smart tech

A US company is speeding up the path to practical fusion energy by using Google’s vast computing power. By applying software that can improve on its own, TAE Technologies has cut down tasks that once took two months to just a few hours. Google has lent the firm its expertise in “machine learning” in order to help accelerate the timeline for fusion. “I want to deliver fusion first, but anyone who does it is a hero,” TAE’s chief executive Dr Michl Binderbauer told BBC News.