Zero-carbon Fusion Demonstration Plant moves forward

Nuclear fusion has long been hailed as a potential source of abundant, cheap, and carbon-free energy. After all, the process — which involves fusing hydrogen atoms together under tremendous pressure and incredibly high temperatures to release enormous amounts of energy — is what powers the sun and the stars. Despite decades of effort, researchers have yet to succeed in harnessing the power of fusion, much less commercializing the process. However, a Canadian company plans to begin construction later this year on a facility in the United Kingdom that is intended to serve as a proving ground of sorts for

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