A Madison-based startup called Realta Fusion aims to develop commercially viable fusion technology that could help offset global greenhouse gas emissions.

Kieran Furlong, the company’s CEO, said the UW-Madison spinoff company is working to create the “lowest capital, least complex path” to fusion energy production. He discussed its plans for commercialization during a presentation held earlier this summer by the Wisconsin Alumni Research Foundation.

While its long-term goal is “grid-scale” electrical power generation, Furlong explained the company is first targeting the industrial process heat market with a small-scale fusion power plant.

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