Nuclear fusion could solve the world’s energy problems

Realizing the long-held dream of clean, inexhaustible supplies of energy is proving far from easy. But recent scientific developments have reignited hopes that fusion power can be made feasible. [Read More]

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But while researchers are confident they can make it work, realizing the long-held dream of fusion power is proving far from easy.
However, recent advances in the quest for fusion power have reignited hopes that it can be made feasible.
Scientists in China have built a fusion reactor that in November became the first in the world to reach 100 million degrees Celsius.
At an estimated cost of $25 billion, the consortium is building a prototype fusion reactor, called a tokamak, in southern France.
A collaboration between MIT and the start-up Commonwealth #Fusion Systems is designing a fusion reactor capable of producing more power than it consumes.

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Scientists in China have built a fusion reactor that in November became the first in the world to reach 100 million degrees Celsius. The era of practical fusion power may finally be coming nearer. #Trend #Energy #Fusion

Source: World Economic Forum