Commonwealth Fusion Systems

Commonwealth Fusion Systems

Partner Employer

Team size: 201 - 500

Sector: Energy

About Commonwealth Fusion Systems

Founders: Dan Brunner, Martin Greenwald, Robert Mumgaard

Founded date: 2017


Company revenue: US$ 1 - 10 billion

Investors: FootPrint Coalition, Google, Lowercarbon Capital, Temasek Holdings, Tiger Global Management

Company stage: Other

Commonwealth Fusion is a research company that develops energy through an inexhaustible power plant. It uses rare-earth barium copper oxide superconductor technology to develop energy. They combine proven physics backed by decades of government-funded fusion research with a revolutionary superconducting magnet technology to accelerate the path to commercial fusion energy Commonwealth Fusion Systems (CFS) is on track to bring fusion energy technology to the market. CFS was spun out of MIT and is collaborating with MIT’s Plasma Science and Fusion Center to leverage decades of research combined with the innovation and speed of the private sector. Supported by the investors in breakthrough energy technologies, the CFS team is uniquely positioned to deliver the fastest path to commercial fusion energy. Commonwealth Fusion began operation in 2017, with its headquarters in Cambridge in Massachusetts.

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