Commonwealth Fusion Systems (CFS) is on track to bring clean fusion energy technology to the planet. CFS is collaborating with MIT to design and build fusion power systems that will provide the world with limitless, clean fusion energy to combat climate change. To support this mission, CFS has established a campus at a site in Devens, MA.
Partnerships and programs with local communities and schools to encourage STEM education
Hundreds of well-paying jobs that include construction jobs as well as a range of full-time jobs
As a mission-driven company, CFS is committed to a high standard of sustainability and development at the Devens site.
Commonwealth Fusion Systems (CFS) is on track to bring clean fusion energy technology to the planet. CFS is collaborating with MIT to design and build fusion power systems that will provide the world with limitless, clean fusion energy to combat climate change. To support this mission, CFS has established a campus in Devens, MA. Our campus will be home to the birthplace of commercial fusion energy and includes manufacturing facilities, a research facility, and CFS corporate offices. Our SPARC facility will be home to a compact fusion device that will prove fusion can work as a commercial energy source for the first time in history. This device is not a power plant, but will pave the way for the first fusion power plant. Our advanced manufacturing facilities build components for this fusion device as well as components for future fusion power plants. Our Devens campus has already created hundreds of jobs, while also attracting global interest and bringing new economic development to the Devens area.
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Formerly Army housing and an empty brownfield, this 47-acre site at 117 Hospital Road in Devens, has been transformed into CFS' headquarters, manufacturing facility, and SPARC demonstration site. Our campus is co-located next to an electricity sub-station and surrounded by undeveloped land. It has been designated an innovation technology business district – a designation designed to encourage exactly this type of new technology development.
CFS has moved into its new corporate headquarters and manufacturing facility. Progress also continues on our SPARC facility, which is still on track to be operational in 2025.
Fusion is the process that happens in the stars. During fusion, two light atomic nuclei such as hydrogen fuse together to form a heavier atomic nuclei such as helium, releasing enormous amounts of energy in the process. Future commercial fusion systems will use very small amounts of fuel (isotopes of hydrogen) to create fusion which future commercial fusion systems will harness and convert into electricity.
Fusion the ideal power source. Like wind and solar, it produces no carbon emissions. Like coal and gas, it can run continuously in any location and be turned on and off at will. The benefits of fusion will transform the energy landscape — less than a glass of water can provide the main source of fusion fuel for one person’s lifetime. With commercial fusion power, the world will have access to clean, safe, economical electricity for billions of people, for thousands of years.
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