Weyland’s energy sector products power billions of homes, schools and businesses on Earth and its 63 colonies. We build better power plants, better engines and better batteries. We’ve been revolutionizing the industry for over half a century.

In 2014, Weyland introduced The Solstice, the world’s first truly renewable, uninterrupted energy supply powered by the sun. Then in 2029, Weyland introduced a new highly efficient fusion reaction. Weyland scientists dubbed it "raw lambda fusion," owing to its similarities to traditional cold fusion with the addition of unique raw energy releasing properties. The invention of RLF changed the entire landscape of energy production and storage, propelling Weyland Industries to the top of the field. By 2031, Weyland RL fusion generators became a top-selling commercial power system, doubling profits and energy sector holdings for investors that same year.

Across multiple business sectors, the advent of RL fusion precipitated faster-than-light travel, fueled next-generation Atmosphere Processors and was responsible for a 27% overall uptick in Weyland workforce hirings in the field of energy. In recent years, Weyland has perfected this technology on a mass scale, creating next-generation Pulse Power RL fusion generators for world-building applications with exceptional power requirements. Using a series of 50m diameter ceramic nanocomposite turbines built from silicon compounds mined in the Outer Veil, these innovations continue the legacy of the Weyland Industrial Age.



Once Weyland’s first enterprise as a fledgling corporation. Today, the Solstice is a best-selling product meeting over half the energy needs of colonies galaxy-wide. Fully-articulating, in-orbit solar arrays deliver uninterrupted, constantly renewable power. Our solar sensors are composed of thin film polymer with polycrystalline silicon distribution. The Solstice is the first and only orbiting solar array used today by the governments of the US, UK, Germany, Russia and their colonies, largely serving military power needs due its unique flexibility in power delivery.


Composed of traditional lithium with rare metal cathodes and nano-layered silicon anodes, Weyland's newest models of Lithium Ion Batteries have ultra-low internal resistance and zero memory loss. Zero-loss LIBs are used in everything from Hypersleep Chamber backup systems on deep space missions to classroom HoloTabs in Mumbai. The zero-loss battery system can be deposited on a single-layer graphene substrate, making portable power essentially invisible.


One first-generation RL fusion generator can power 23 million households or 15 million businesses at an affordable price point with limited maintenance. Best suited for civilian power grids due to their size, Weyland RL fusion reactors generate steady Terawatt levels of power, without pulse, making power delivery more replete and efficient. Systems powered by Weyland RLF have blackout percentages at less than 0.01%.


While still in the prototype stages, these 18-story turbines, constructed of rare iridium-silicon matrix interspersed with nanocomposite tougheners, have been shown to produce anti-3rd curvature leverage in the testing environment. This amount of power has never been seen before, and Weyland aeronautics engineers are researching a way to enhance SEV space travel performance and in-flight design, possibly eliminating the need for hypersleep in the future of FTL space travel.

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