Wisconsin Alumni Research Foundation

Commercially Competitive Fusion Energy

Developing a low cost and less complex modular fusion reactor

Realta Fusion is focused on the path to building the first commercial fusion reactor. We see opportunity in industrial heat and power with a longer-term goal to produce grid-scale electrical power. By using novel high-temperature-superconducting magnets along with advances made in international magnetic mirror experiments, we are developing a lower cost and less complex modular fusion reactor. Our compact, high magnetic field, tandem mirror reactor offers significant advantages in terms of reliability, maintenance and operability compared to complex toroidal reactors. Independent estimates indicate potential cost of thermal energy <$7/mmBTU and electricity <5¢/kWh.

Executive Summary

Technology Quick Pitch


Cary Forest

Kieran Furlong


Additional Information

If you are interested in learning about WARF Accelerator technologies, please contact:
Lesli Mark, [email protected], 608.960.9903