the future
of energy

Pulsar Fusion strives to be the preeminent force in the European nuclear fusion technology sector, by leveraging scientific advances into commercial innovations across aerospace and energy.

The wider societal shifts towards renewable energy and deep space exploration favour the application of nuclear fusion. Pulsar Fusion intends to capitalise upon these changes by building the infrastructure and systems to enable them.

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