interstellar space
geosyncronous orbit
low earth orbit

Nuclear Fusion Global Assets as of 2021

158 Billion USD

Net Fusion x10 in

3 Years

Global Renewable Energy Market Size

850 Billion USD

nuclear fusion set to be the world’s dominant power source by 2100

fusion reactors can be harnessed for

high-speed space propulsion or clean abundant grid energy

Pulsar Fusion has continually built up its research base, culminating in successful high-speed plasma propulsion trials in 2020 & 2021

With the UK’s first Hall-effect thruster (“HET”) prototype successfully tested, Pulsar Fusion is now in a position now commercialise this technology.

  • Xenon and Krypton ORBITAL SATELLITE ENGINE prototypes successfully tested in October 2020
  • Achieved exhaust velocities of 27km per second
  • Currently undergoing trials of the Pulsar HIGH ENERGY LAUNCH THRUSTER.

With fusion’s inflection point approaching, Pulsar has a head start and a different mindset to academic-driven ventures.

Additionally, Pulsar is Investing in an extensive portfolio of Fusion IP applications across a range of industries:

  • High Temperature Superconductors
  • Advanced Plasma Control and Confinement Analysis
  • Divertor Target Plates and Plasma Facing Components
  • Robotics in Challenging Environments

fusion technology we invest in

Advanced Plasma Control and Confinement Analysis

Divertor Target Plates & Plasma Facing Components

Specialist Robotics for Challenging Environments

Satellite Propulsion

High Temperature

Fusion for Propulsion

Using powerful electromagnets to direct reactions into a form of propulsion creates an efficient, long-term source of acceleration without the need to carry heavy fuel supplies.

Ideal for deep space applications

Fusion for Energy

Using powerful electromagnets to direct reactions into a form of propulsion creates an efficient, long-term source of acceleration without the need to carry heavy fuel supplies.

Ideal for zero-gravity, long distance deep space applications

R&D

Aerospace

Energy