Commonwealth Fusion Systems, SPARC
A commercially relevant, net-energy device that will demonstrate fusion can work as a power source for the first time.
Commonwealth Fusion Systems (CFS) is collaborating with Massachusetts Institute of Technology’s Plasma Science and Fusion Center to build SPARC, a commercially relevant, net-energy device that will demonstrate that fusion can work as a power source for the first time in history. SPARC is on track for a 2025 completion, and will pave the way for carbon-free, safe, limitless, commercial power.
We are providing structural design and mass-concrete thermal modeling services to HDR and contractor support services for Bond Building for the research facility which will house the compact, high-field tokamak built with high temperature superconducting (HTS) magnets.
- As CFS prepares to scale quickly to bring fusion power to market, it is building a 47-acre campus with a 170,000-square-foot research facility.
- SPARC is an important step to accelerate the development of commercial fusion energy.