The Times: Didcot was hottest place in solar systemPress
6 November 2018

The Times: Didcot was hottest place in solar system

For a moment in the summer, the hottest place in the solar system was just north of Didcot, off junction 13 of the M4, where a ball of plasma flashed hotter than the centre of the sun. It was not only unlikely for south Oxfordshire; it also rekindled hopes of a breakthrough that physicists have dreamt of for more than 50 years: nuclear fusion.

Read more…

https://www.thetimes.co.uk/article/3a62dbaa-deeb-11e8-8469-be4fc9fcee5f



Other news and press

The US Department of Energy announces research funding opportunity for ST40 Our news
14 February 2020

The US Department of Energy announces research funding opportunity for ST40

Tokamak Energy's ST40 fusion test device is eligible for new grant funding as part of…

+ Learn more
Fusion start ups step in to realise decades old clean power dream Press
7 February 2020

Fusion start ups step in to realise decades old clean power dream

Governments have spent billions of dollars studying the emissions-free energy source. Now, privat...

+ Learn more
Fusion energy can power us to a greener world Our 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…

+ Learn more
Nuclear startup Tokamak raises £67m in funding round Press
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…

+ Learn more