Fusion electricity moves step closer to reality after promising trial results

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MAST-U: UK tokamak experiment brings commercially viable fusion electricity a step closer to reality
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MAST-U: UK tokamak experiment brings commercially viable fusion electricity a step closer to reality

Researchers at the Culham Centre for Fusion Energy believe they have solved the exhaust problem for fusion power plants

The dream of creating commercially-viable, zero carbon fusion power plants may have moved a step closer to reality, after researchers at the Culham Centre for Fusion Energy (CCFE) in Oxfordshire yesterday...

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