Tokamak Energy raises £67m to make Oxford nuclear fusion hubPress
22 January 2020

Tokamak Energy raises £67m to make Oxford nuclear fusion hub

Hans-Peter Wild, the 78-year-old billionaire behind family-owned natural ingredients maker Wild, has led a £67m funding round for fusion power start-up Tokamak Energy.

Tokamak Energy, a spin-out of Oxford’s Culham fusion research laboratory, has raised the funds to accelerate its plans to build a fully functioning fusion reactor by 2030.

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