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In loving memory of Arthur J. Samberg, former Chairman of the Board of TAE Technologies (1941 – 2020)

In loving memory of Arthur J. Samberg, former Chairman of the Board of TAE Technologies (1941 – 2020)

The Samberg Family Office has been a lead investor in TAE Technologies since our launch in 1998, and Art played an instrumental role in our company’s trajectory ever since. As an early champion, to member of the Board of Directors, and ultimately Chairman, Art has been there for us every step of the way in his longterm commitment to TAE. It is thanks to his unwavering support, audacious vision, and generous spirit that we are now on the cusp of the transformational clean energy solution he was so determined to help bring to the world. On behalf of the entire TAE team, we thank Art for his longtime support; and we wish peace and comfort to Art’s wife Becky and the entire Samberg family. May his memory be a blessing and an inspiration to us all. [L-R: Art Samberg, Heather Samberg, Jeff Samberg, Debbie Samberg]

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The Road Less Traveled to Fusion Energy

The Road Less Traveled to Fusion Energy

The modern quest for Promethean fire is underway in an anonymous office park in Foothill Ranch, California, an hour southeast of Los Angeles. In the park, along a meandering drive, you will find a huge, modern warehouse building with “TAE Technologies” emblazoned on the door. Inside, you will find a 100-foot-long, $200 million fusion-energy experiment named Norman. And in a second-floor office, upstairs from that looming machine, you will find the would-be Prometheus himself: Michl Binderbauer, TAE’s boyish-looking and relentlessly upbeat co-founder and CEO.

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Do Androids Dream of Fusion Generators?

Do Androids Dream of Fusion Generators?

As CEO of TAE Technologies, the world’s largest private fusion reactor company, Michl Binderbauer is one of those who believes that fusion power could be on the near horizon – and is using artificial intelligence co-developed with Google to help make it a reality.

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Fusion Power is Attracting Private-Sector Interest

Fusion Power is Attracting Private-Sector Interest

So far, Norman has produced vortices with temperatures of 3.5m°C that last around ten milliseconds, rather than the microseconds of a conventional frc. TAE hopes, by the end of this year, to have increased that temperature to around 30m°C, and tripled the plasma’s lifetime. All of which is clever. But what makes the firm’s approach special is that it plans to eschew deuterium and tritium in favour of normal hydrogen (the nucleus of which is a lone proton) and boron.

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