Combatting climate change while powering the world is one of the greatest challenges of the 21st century. Fusion energy has the potential to meet this challenge with clean, safe, affordable, and on-demand energy. A commercial fusion power plant will make a 100% zero carbon grid technically and economically viable, resulting in a practical energy portfolio that addresses climate change.
General Fusion has developed the key subsystems for its unique technology, including the world’s largest and most powerful plasma injector, and is now embarking on its most ambitious project to date: a fusion demonstration plant that will confirm the capability to produce electricity from fusion energy – a world first.
Since its founding in 2002 by Dr. Michel Laberge, the company has grown to a team of more than 70 engineers, scientists, physicists, and business development professionals at its world-class laboratories near Vancouver, Canada.