Since conducting initial experiments at the University of Illinois and Texas A&M with $300K from NASA's Jet Propulsion Laboratory, LPP has raised over $2M from nearly 40 private investors from around the world. The Abell Foundation of Baltimore, MD has been the lead institutional investor. LPP's Focus Fusion-1 dense plasma focus device--designed to test a patented approach to fusion energy--became operational in October 2009. By concentrating a blast of electricity into a tiny region, Focus Fusion-1 regularly generates billions of fusion reactions. The machine’s experimental room is smaller than a typical garage. A new round will fund further upgrades to “FoFu-1” and advance spin-off technologies in X-ray non-destructive inspection.
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Our lead project is the development of a dense plasma focus fusion reactor, using hydrogen and boron fuel. If we succeed, "Focus Fusion" will be an extremely economical, compact, environmentally safe and essentially inexhaustible source of energy.