July 25, 2014
Alternative Fusion Technologies Heat Up
Jul 24, 2014 |By M. Mitchell Waldrop and Nature magazine *The full article includes reference to Tri Alpha Energy and General Fusion. Helion Energy in Redmond, Washington is developing a linear colliding-beam reactor that would be small enough to be carried on the back of a large truck. The Helion reactor will fire a steady stream of plasmoids from each […]

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December 9, 2013
US-China Technology Transfer to Aid Urbanization
By Jake Emerson, Context China Washington state is home to innovative clean tech companies as well as traditional companies making great strides in renewable energy. Both were highlighted at the Washington Clean Technology Alliance annual meeting in Seattle Nov. 15.  As these firms expand globally, China will continue to be a huge market, particularly with […]

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September 16, 2013
Welcome Helion Energy, 2013 Clean Tech Open Semifinalist!
We would like to welcome Clean Tech Open semifinalist, Helion Energy to the Washington Clean Technology Alliance. Helion Energy, based out of Redmond, WA, is a startup company seeking to build a practical nuclear fusion system for commercial utility. For some time now, an ideal future fueled by unlimited, affordable energy has been just a few […]

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