NT-Tao, the nuclear fusion energy company headquartered in Israel and setting a new standard for the future of clean energy, announced it joined Princeton E-ffiliates Partnership, a membership program administered by Princeton University’s Andlinger Center for Energy and the Environment.
As an E-ffiliates member, NT-Tao will have access to a community of energy and environmental experts at Princeton contributing to innovative strategies for accelerating the world toward its clean energy goals.
NT-Tao will be working closely with fusion expert Egemen Kolemen, associate professor of mechanical and aerospace engineering and the Andlinger Center for Energy and the Environment at Princeton University, and staff research physicist at Princeton Plasma Physics Laboratory, to continue exploring ways to unlock fusion’s potential as a clean energy resource.
“The urgency of the climate crisis combined with the inherent challenges of current renewable energy sources means that we need an all-hands-on-deck approach to develop an innovative fusion energy solution that catalyzes the world toward decarbonization,” Morielle Lotan, head of strategy at NT-Tao, said. “NT-Tao looks forward to working closely with the Andlinger Center and other E-ffiliates members on new ideas and approaches for the clean energy transition.”
The partnership with NT-Tao marks the first fusion company to join E-ffiliates, strengthening the research expertise of the Andlinger Center in the growing fusion energy sector.
“Fusion research is a dynamic and exciting field to be in, offering technologies that could revolutionize the world’s energy future,” Barry Rand, director for external partnerships at the Andlinger Center and professor of electrical and computer engineering at the Andlinger Center, said. “E-ffiliates is excited to partner with NT-Tao to extend our reach into such a promising and rapidly evolving industry.”