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Fusion power

Back in the tail end of the 80’s – so, we are talking 30+ years now – I was part of a group visiting the Joint European Torus (JET) facility near Oxford, where the largest tokamak ever built resides. It’s … Continue reading

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More hope for fusion energy?

As I have said before, I still hope for fusion energy, but feel like it will forever be 15 years in the future. But TAE Technologies, who is either one of the biggest startup failures waiting to happen – having … Continue reading

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I still hope for fusion energy

And yet, I still believe that we are at a stage where it is forever 15 years in the future. This, in spite of hopeful messages in recent research, like those in “Validating the physics behind the new MIT-designed fusion … Continue reading

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