Fusion Power Corporation
Fusion Power Corporation scientists have several decades of hands-on experience and history with major US labs and research institutions.
FPC was formed expressly to design and implement a fusion power production system using the concepts developed at the Argonne, Brookhaven and Berkeley National Laboratories in the 1970s, significantly augmented by the technology for which FPC has an exclusive world wide license and international patent.
The subject of fusion is more mature than our company. But most past efforts have tried to make small systems of ~1 GW electricity generating capacity. Fusion is not a process that is amenable to miniaturization. Thus the Corporate objective is to design and stimulate construction of a large energy fusion system with ~50 GW output, primarily in the form of hydrogen and synthetic liquid fuels such as methanol and butanol.
Our Corporation is designed to make a profit. Our focus on a large energy
generation system meshes well with the current need for a new large source of
"Green & Clean . . . and Safe!" energy. Moreover, we now have economic
conditions where the value of energy makes large HIF energy systems economic. In fact, rather than being "too costly" -- the past criticism of Heavy Ion Fusion -- it now could be said that it might be too profitable!
The Fusion Power Corporation is a private stockholder
corporation incorporated and registered in the State of California.
FPC is managed by a Board of Directors. Its initial Board includes: Dr. Charles Helsley, Dr. Robert Burke, Dr. Alexander Burke, Harold Helsley, Patrick Modugno, and Dr. Robert Bartolini. It is expected that other Board members will be appointed in consultation with major investors.
The Fusion Power Corporation's headquarters office is in Sacramento, California.
Beginning in late of 2013 the Fusion Power Corporation expects to begin a hiring program, aiming to have approximately twenty employees aboard by the end of 2014. Hiring will continue during 2015 and should stabilize at about 200
employees by year’s end. FPC also expects to contract for services with many
outside firms during this period.
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