UK nuclear fusion organizations make progress towards providing clean power

Two UK companies leading efforts to replicate what sort of sun makes energy are both on the path to hitting significant milestones within their attempts to commercialise nuclear fusion by the 2030s.

On 25 March, Oxfordshire-based Tokamak Energy made its first plasma, the state hydrogen reaches when heated to high temperatures, after a £25 million upgrade to its tokamak, the machines used to create fusion reactions. Meanwhile, rival firm First Light Fusion, also in Oxfordshire, has entered the ultimate days of assembling a fresh …

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