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Ahead of the cold winter weather, there is a rush on heating fuel in Ireland, where people are stockpiling turf logs — a uniquely Irish fuel that is made from dried-out bricks of peat cut from the country’s once extensive boglands.
Nuclear fusion is the primordial source of the sun’s energy. For decades, scientists have been trying to re-create it on Earth. Now they’re closer than ever to achieving it—and to unlocking a future of clean power for all.
Nuclear fusion might be one of the most valuable tools humans will develop to battle climate change—but will we all be underwater by the time it gets here? There is no question that the next few years are critical. “We know that we can do some impact positively with renewables, no question. But we also know that they can’t do 100 percent,” TAE Technologies CEO Michl Binderbauer told Newsweek. “What ideally happens is we maximize solar and wind as soon as we can in areas where it makes sense … And hopefully, very quickly, you’re ramping fusion.”
For a field that has existed for more than 60 years, a lot has happened in fusion research in the last half-decade. In fusion’s case, a trio of technological advances converged in the early 2010s to unleash a wave of innovation. “I think you see this beautiful inflection point in this field where the science maturity and technical capability come together,” said Michl Binderbauer, CEO of TAE Technologies.
With energy prices on the rise, along with demands for energy independence and an urgent need for carbon-free power, plans to walk away from nuclear energy are now being revised in Japan, South Korea, and even Germany. TAE’s approach, which involves creating a fusion reaction at incredibly high heat, has a key advantage.
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.
TAE Technologies, the world’s largest private fusion energy company, today announced a landmark partnership with Japan’s National Institute for Fusion Science (NIFS) that enables the two organizations to test the effects of hydrogen-boron (p-B11) fusion reactions in the NIFS Large Helical Device (LHD). The results of this research have the potential to unlock a new milestone in TAE’s mission to develop commercial fusion power with p-B11, the cleanest and most affordable fuel for fusion cycles.
TAE Technologies Commercializes Breakthrough Power Management Technology Developed for Fusion to Revolutionize Electric Vehicles, Charging Infrastructures, and Energy Storage
TAE Technologies, the world’s largest private fusion energy company, announces the formation of its TAE Power Management division, that will bring disruptive power management capabilities originally developed for the company’s fusion power control systems to the mobility and energy storage sectors. Veteran industrialist David Roberts has been named Chief Executive Officer of the rapidly growing division. He will report to TAE Group CEO Michl Binderbauer.
TAE Technologies is pleased to announce the appointment of William Coaker as the company’s first Chief Investment Officer. Bill comes to TAE with over two decades of experience in investment, most recently as Chief Investment Officer for the San Francisco Employees Retirement System (SFERS), a $34 billion public pension plan. Bill’s leadership and vision will play a central role in TAE’s next phase of growth.
Fusion Energy Milestone from TAE Technologies Validates Path to Cost-Competitive Carbon-Free Baseload Energy Company Raises Additional $280M for Reactor-Scale Demonstration Facility
TAE Technologies, the world’s largest private fusion energy company, has announced a landmark fusion technology milestone by producing stable plasma at 50M+ degrees Celsius in a proprietary compact reactor design that can scale to competitive fusion-generated power.