Fusion energy can power us to a greener worldOur news
6 February 2020

Fusion energy can power us to a greener world

Opinion piece by our co-founder and executive vice chairman, David Kingham, is featured in the City A.M.

“There is an old joke among scientists: fusion power is 30 years away, and always will be.

Yet as we enter the decade in which the big questions on the future of energy must be answered, is it time to revisit fusion and its unrivalled potential to change the way the world generates power?

The past few years have seen a dramatic shift in the conversation around climate change, with a significant rise in environmental activism and increasing pressure on political leaders and big businesses to fix the problem.”  Read the rest of the article by clicking on the link below:

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