The idea of aneutronic fusion using hydrogen and boron is to produce heat and electricity without any radioactive particles. That means clean energy from cheap fuel using relatively inexpensive devices on a small and local scale. No pollution, no long wires for transmission, no huge infrastructure and regulations, and effectively "free" energy.
The people at Lawrenceville Plasma Physics have been moving forward a nickel and a dime at a time, making progress, slowly but surely. I admire their dedication and their technology.
They need around $2 million to prove commercial feasibility. Why wouldn't someone of more than adequate means provide that funding to find out if their little widget will save us all from global warming and kick off a new age of free energy and wealth for all without warring over oil and gas?