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Devens Updates

  • Nov 13, 2023

    Motor generator centerpiece delivered

    The centerpiece of the SPARC motor-generator system has arrived at Devens. The second-life 685 MVA fossil unit successfully moved out of Constellation Energy's Boston Mystic Generating Station to the CFS campus. The generator will be used to convert stored mechanical energy in the world's largest 3600 RPM flywheel system into electromagnetic energy to drive fusion experiments at SPARC.

  • Oct 16, 2023

    Magnet testing cryostat delivered

    The large magnet testing cryostat that will test HTS magnets before they are installed in SPARC has been delivered to CFS.

  • Sep 05, 2023

    Ready to assemble SPARC

    CFS is ready to assemble SPARC, with weather-tight construction of the Tokamak Hall complete.

  • May 01, 2023

    500 employees hired

    CFS announces the hiring of its 500th employee as the world’s largest fusion company.

  • Feb 10, 2023

    Commonwealth Fusion Systems opens fusion energy campus on the fastest path to bring clean fusion energy to the world

    CFS officially opened its new campus to support the development and deployment of commercial fusion energy. The ceremonial event today included visits from U.S. Secretary of Energy Jennifer M. Granholm, U.S. Senator Elizabeth Warren, U.S. Senator Edward Markey, U.S. Representative Lori Trahan, Massachusetts Lieutenant Governor Kim Driscoll, along with a host of state and local leaders.

  • Jan 25, 2023

    New corporate headquarters and manufacturing facility completed

    CFS has moved into its new Devens campus, which includes a 165,000 square foot manufacturing facility. This is where we will build our high temperature superconducting magnets for SPARC, our commercially-relevant fusion device. SPARC construction is progressing quickly, and we are still on track for operations to start in 2025.

  • Apr 21, 2022

    Manufacturing facility is under construction

    Construction is well underway on our manufacturing facility in Devens. In this facility, CFS will manufacture fusion magnets, the key component of our commercially relevant net energy device, called SPARC, under construction next door. After SPARC, this facility will have the capabilities to manufacture magnets for fusion power plants around the world.

  • Dec 01, 2021

    $1.8 billion in funding raised to commercialize fusion energy

    Commonwealth Fusion Systems (CFS) has closed on more than $1.8 billion in Series B funding to commercialize fusion energy. This includes capital to construct, commission, and operate SPARC, the world’s first commercially relevant net energy fusion machine at Devens. In addition, it will enable the company to begin work on ARC, the first commercial fusion power plant, which includes developing support technologies, advancing the design, identifying the site, and assembling the partners and customers for the future of fusion power.

  • Sep 08, 2021

    Successful fusion magnet demonstration

    CFS, in collaboration with MIT, has demonstrated a successful test of the world’s strongest high temperature superconducting (HTS) magnet, the key technology for a device that will unlock the path to clean commercial fusion energy for the world. CFS is now building the manufacturing facility and capabilities at Devens to support scaling the magnet technology for our fusion proof of concept, net energy device, SPARC, as well as future fusion power plants.

  • Jun 01, 2021

    CFS starts construction of fusion energy campus at Devens

    CFS has begun construction of a 47-acre site at Devens that will include a manufacturing facility with company headquarters and a research facility with the world's first net energy device that will prove fusion can work as a commercial power source for the first time in history.

  • Apr 05, 2021

    CFS selects site in Devens, Massachusetts for historic fusion energy campus

    CFS has announced the selection of Devens, Massachusetts as the site of its new 47-acre commercial fusion energy campus. “This campus is an important milestone in our mission to commercialize fusion energy and combat climate change. This will be the site where we harness fusion and prove it can work as a clean, limitless power source for the first time in history,” said CFS CEO Bob Mumgaard.

  • Feb 22, 2021

    MEPA NPC certificate

    The Secretary of Energy and Environmental Affairs issued a Notice of Project Change (NPC) certificate pursuant to the Massachusetts Environmental Policy Act.

  • Jan 19, 2021

    CFS issued Unified Permit from Devens Enterprise Commission

    At its January 19, 2021 special meeting, the Devens Enterprise Commission issued a Unified Permit Record of Decision to CFS.

  • Jan 07, 2021

    Devens Enterprise Commission Public Hearing

    Unified Permit and Site Plan Approval for CFS site.