fusion powered yacht

ENG8 Signs Memorandum of Understanding with Yacht Companys

We have signed a €1.2m MOU to develop marine power packs (25KW and 100KW) for powering two commercial yacht tenders on behalf of Pulling-e and Ottomar. These are scheduled to be demonstrated by the end of 2025. The deal follows the launch of our fusion-powered EnergiCell at the recent European Tug Owners Association annual conference, […]
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Fusion developer hits world-first independently verified generation milestone

Fusion energy specialist, ENG8, has demonstrated an electrical energy output five times greater than the energy used in this ground-breaking, independent validation. During each of the three tests, lasting approximately 10 minutes each, ENG8’s ‘EnergiCell’ consistently scored an electrical energy output of five – one unit of electrical energy in, and five units of electrical […]
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International Conference on Condensed Matter Nuclear Science ICCF-25

We’ve been at the International Conference on Condensed Matter Nuclear Science ICCF-25 this week in Poland. The aim of the ICCF-25 was to increase cross-disciplinary discussion and exploration in the field of low-energy nuclear reactions (LENR). It was a great opportunity to enhance international collaboration in solid-state fusion research through the presentation of new scientific […]
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A step closer to a fusion-powered future

Catalysed fusion specialists at ENG8 International have confirmed the successful validations of two EnergiCells by the Instituton Electrotécnico Português (IEP.pt) in Portugal and internationally renowned independent validator. Both agencies carried out the independent validation of one EnergiCell that was shown to have a thermal Q factor of 2.4 units of thermal energy out versus electricity […]
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Electrifying developments at ENG8

To kick off the process of validating our catalysed fusion EnergiCells in the UK, our fusion specialists have visited the UK Atomic Energy Authority (AEA) at Culham Science Park in Oxfordshire, where we are are setting up a UK base, followed by an analysis at the University of Cambridge, Materials Science and Metallurgy Centre. The […]
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