Commonwealth Fusion Systems IPO: How to buy this startup’s stock?

Highlights

  • Commonwealth Fusion Systems was born out of the prestigious Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) in 2018.
  • Potential investors are searching on how to buy the Commonwealth Fusion Systems stock.
  • Commonwealth Fusion Systems has raised US$ 1.8 billion in a funding round.

The Cambridge-based Commonwealth Fusion Systems (CFS) announced on Wednesday, December 1, that it has raised US$ 1.8 billion in a funding round.

CFS was born out of the prestigious Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) in 2018 and it plans to construct a thermonuclear power plant. The money will be used to build and operate SPARC, a net energy fusion machine.

Notably, the concept of fusion power is the generation of electricity through the heat from nuclear fusion reactions. After the funding announcement, interested investors have started looking for the company's stock and initial public offering (IPO) plans.

On that note, we will further explore the company and find out if you can buy the Commonwealth Fusion Systems stock:

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How to buy Commonwealth Fusion Systems stock?

Potential investors are searching on how to buy the Commonwealth Fusion Systems stock, however, you cannot buy its stock. The company continues to remain private and retail investors cannot buy the stock of this company.

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There's no official announcement from the company about its IPO plans and interested investors will have to wait for the company to go public in the equities market.

In September, the company had announced that in the next ten years, CFS could have clean-running fusion plants and it moved up the timeline by a decade.

Bottom line

The company has come up with a superconducting magnet, and it has conducted its successful trials. This can help the CFS to develop efficient fusion power plants.

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Commonwealth Fusion Systems' fusion plants can also help in fighting climate change as they are capable of generating electricity without carbon emissions.

The Cambridge-based Commonwealth Fusion Systems (CFS) announced on Wednesday, December 1, that it has raised US$ 1.8 billion in a funding round.

CFS was born out of the prestigious Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) in 2018 and it plans to construct a thermonuclear power plant. The money will be used to build and operate SPARC, a net energy fusion machine.

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