Our vision
We're working on a revolutionary fusion hybrid power plant to serve safe, clean, and affordable electricity to everyone.
Inherently safe
Apollo Fusion hybrid power plants are designed for zero-consequence outcomes to loss of cooling or loss of control scenarios and they cannot melt down.
Inexpensive to build
Apollo Fusion power plants cost less per megawatt of output and are available in configurations which are affordable for even the smallest communities.
Inexpensive to run
Thanks to low overall costs, Apollo Fusion power plants will be cost-competitive with other sources of power including fossil fuels, wind, geothermal, and solar.
5 to 1000 MW
For villages at 5MW to large cities at 1GW, our modular architecture enables us to fit the needs of every community and help each one to grow.
Site flexible
Because they're inherently safe, Apollo Fusion power plants can be nestled in the communities they serve, to make power right where customers need it.
Emission free
Apollo Fusion power plants are carbon-free and emissions-free, so neighbors will breathe easier, enjoy greater health, and benefit from an improved quality of life.

Successful leadership team
Apollo Fusion was founded by experienced leaders with long track records of success. With degrees from MIT and Harvard, Mike Cassidy has been a Google vice president for over four years and was the founder and CEO of four commercially and financially successful startups. Ben Longmier has a PhD in plasma physics, advanced degrees in physics and nuclear engineering, and is the former CEO and cofounder of Aether Industries, an engineering company acquired by Apple.
First international customer
We have an agreement to deliver power to our first international customer. And we are taking the first steps to enhance the world's standard of living with an abundance of clean power to energize every economy.
DOE partnerships
Apollo Fusion is excited to be doing its research, development, and performance calibration in collaboration with Idaho National Laboratory and Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory.
Read what others are saying about us in Bloomberg and Popular Mechanics.