Fusion Around the World
Fusion energy is moving towards technological and commercial reality.
WASHINGTON, D.C. — Today, the U.S. Department of Energy (DOE) announced up to $50 million in crosscutting Departmental funding for programs to support fusion energy research and development.
New technique allows sustaining of fusion plasmas near peak performance in real time
Tokamak Energy, the nuclear startup who are aiming to produce grid connected fusion power by 2030, have raised £67m in a funding round.
A nuclear fusion start-up backed by billionaire Jeff Bezos raised more than $100 million to help design and build a demonstration power plant.
Fusion power researchers at TAE Technologies employ Argonne supercomputers to develop magnetic fusion plasma confinement devices as a means to generate unlimited electricity.
ARPA-E Provides Funding to Support Lower-Cost Fusion Energy Concepts
Scientists at Los Alamos National Laboratory are assembling a novel effort to produce fusion energy.
London — The UK's ruling Conservative Party has pledged GBP200 million ($246 million) towards funding a commercial nuclear fusion power plant in the UK by 2040, according to a statement Sunday by Secretary of State for Business, Energy and Industrial Strategy Andrea Leadsom.
The facility will see the UK Atomic Energy Authority (UKAEA) working with industrial partners to put the UK in a strong position to commercialise nuclear fusion as a major source of low-carbon electricity in the years ahead.
You probably learned about nuclear fusion in high school environmental science: It was built up as a clean, high-yield, virtually limitless source of power.
Fusion energy has long been a goal for scientists and sustainable energy proponents alike.
The International Thermonuclear Experimental Reactor is set to launch operations in 2025
How to go fast enough to make a difference
Scientists have started to building Britain’s largest privately owned nuclear fusion facility.
Commonwealth Fusion Systems, a startup commercializing fusion energy, today announced it has raised $115 million and closed its Series A round.
Fusion has long been viewed as the ultimate goal for energy generation.
Researchers found no evidence for the phenomenon, first proposed 30 years ago.
Walking with Michl Binderbauer into his 2-acre laboratory feels a bit like taking a factory tour with Willy Wonka.
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