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Fusion Energy Patent Portfolio for Sale    

The US and all International patents issued or pending are included in this sale

Overview

Fusing deuterium gas into helium and other exhaust products yields a range of industrially useful particles for either power production purposes or medical isotope generation. It is most applicable in the 1 to 10 Megawatt markets, including mobile power, and medical niche isotopes such as Copper-64 and Actinium-225. The method and apparatus developed for this technology offer a cleaner way to enable production of such products than previously available.

Primary Application of the Technology

The primary market is electrical power generation.
There is a secondary market in medical isotope production for cancer diagnostics and/or treatments.

The Problem Solved by the Technology

This technology solves the problem of compact fusion energy production. It enables small power generation to operate for months on a single tank of deuterium gas. It also enables abundant production of certain specialty medical isotopes valuable to radio-pharmaceutical companies.

How the Technology Solves the Problem

It is lower-cost, effective and safer means to control this energetic process in a repeatable, compact package.

Competitive Advantage

It provides a low-cost fuel and heat source for power generation, and a similarly high-quality low-cost source of particles useful for isotope production.

The seller may consider selling these patents individually.

Frequently Asked Questions

Question: Are you patented in Asia?
Answer: Our PCT filing yielded patent applications for Korea, India and China. Also, we are patented in Argentina.

Question: Will the owners sign a non-compete agreement upon sale?
Answer: Yes, a non-compete agreement is offered as a standard term of sale.

Question: Which state are you registered in?
Answer: We are a C-Corporation registered in the State of Delaware.

Additional Information

The technology is portable on the scale of a "shipping container" and extreme weather/temperature doesn't impact the design. It is environmentally benign, with no carbon emission. Generally, lower outside temperatures benefit overall steam turbine efficiency, which is true for all power plants.

Patent Summary

U.S. Patent Classes & Classifications Covered in this listing:

Class 376: Induced Nuclear Reactions: Processes, Systems, And Elements

This class provides processes involving induced nuclear reactions and structures which implement such processes.

Subclass 133: Toroidal confinement of plasma