RVB Plasma is beginning operations Summer 2019 concurrent with the first round of seed funding.  There’s a lot to do, and we need to do it expeditiously and efficiently.


Plasma gas mixture

In our first year, we have four key tasks. 

The first is to assist Dr. Rauscher in codifying and drafting the marked-up RVB Plasma Engine diagrams. 

Secondly, we will reproduce earlier experiments to reconfirm proprietary plasma gas mixtures that are more conducive to sustained reactions at lower fusion temperatures. 

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Next, and concurrently, supplies and equipment for the prototype phase will be sourced.

Patents will be sought for both the prototype design and proprietary gas mixtures and methodology.


Building the prototype model

During year two, we begin construction and testing of the prototype model.

Research findings are published and shared.

Additional patents may be filed.


Prototype model completion

By the end of year three, we will have built and tested a working prototype model of the RVB Plasma Engine to serve as the basis for developing a scalable and replicable  commercial version.

Additional patents may be filed.


Upscaling, partnering, and outsourcing

With the successful completion of the RVB Plasma Engine prototype, RVB Plasma will seek a new round of venture capital with which to construct the first commercial / industrial grade iteration.

During this phase, we will also set up strategic partnerships with municipalities and private power generation industry.


RVB Plasma Engine

In year five we will have completed the full iteration of the RVB Plasma Engine for industrial and commercial scale application. 

RVB may elect to design, build and ship units from a manufacturing and assembly line of its own licensing, or we may elect to outsource licensing standards for distributed worldwide production.

Strategic marketing insights, which will develop as the project gains traction, will inform us of the best path forwards.