Assist to get small-scale nuclear fusion off the ground !
Support promising route to a new form of sustainable energy
Participation possible with just 100 euros - you become a co-owner
Convectron experiments at KEMA High Power Laboratory, Arnhem, The Netherlands, 1987
Keynote on investment and risks
Motivation for issuing depository receipts
Since the test programs of the 1980's, explanatory power and scope of the Convectron model have made decisive progress. The mathematical description of the phenomenon is now robust and complete.
Progress in modelling and a non-erosive approach to fireball ignition justify a new round of experiments for definitive breakthrough.
Four-year project needs funding
The company seeks adequate funding for financing its intended activities: a four year project for R&D and demonstration.
For this purpose the company offers depository receipts of shares in its capital. A trust foundation issues the receipts and administers the underlying shares. The proceeds of a fully subscribed issue cover the project budget.
Upon success substantial increase in value possible
Upon success, the project will result in a commercial prototype of a small-scale continuous nuclear fusion reactor within four years. As a result, the shares may then represent substantial value.
Arrangement for previous investors
The company offers previous investors in the preceding company an arrangement for exchange for their original share certificates.
Opportunities involve risks
Prospects of profitability naturally imply risks. For risk factors, read the prospectus and the page "participation and risks" on this site.