We are proud to work with some of the world’s leading industrial and scientific organisations as we develop and deliver our spherical tokamak route to fusion power. We currently collaborate with the following:

Imperial College London
University of Oxford
University of York
University of Tokyo

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We’re delighted that the ground-breaking work of our scientists and engineers has been recognised by world-class experts, consultants and technology companies across the world. Our current endorsements include:

  • Selected by the International Energy Agency in 2017 as ‘one of three most promising innovative fusion concepts’
  • Tokamak Energy CEO, David Kingham, selected to deliver the prestigious 2016 Institution of Mechanical Engineers John Player Lecture on ‘Fusion as an Engineering Challenge’
  • Endorsed in April 2016 when the Director of Princeton Plasma Physics Laboratory gave evidence to US Congress pronouncing spherical tokamaks with HTS magnets as the most promising route to fusion power
  • Recognised as a Technology Pioneer 2015 by the Davos World Economic Forum
  • Our peer-reviewed article ‘The power and size of tokamak fusion pilot plants and reactors’ is the most downloaded paper from the Nuclear Fusion journal
  • Winner of three prestigious UK R&D grants and a ‘Knowledge Transfer Partnership’ grant (worth £650,000 in total) during the early stages of our company development
  • Selected for the Royal Society Summer Science Exhibition in 2015 to present plans for #FasterFusion