Nuclear startup Tokamak raises £67m in funding roundPress
22 January 2020

Nuclear startup Tokamak raises £67m in funding round

Tokamak Energy, the nuclear startup who are aiming to produce grid connected fusion power by 2030, have raised £67m in a funding round.

The raise, which was the Oxfordshire-based company’s largest to date, involved both long-time backers such as Legal & General and new ones like Dr Hans-Peter Wild.

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