Why the UK may hold the secret to providing the world with limitless energyPress
25 February 2020

Why the UK may hold the secret to providing the world with limitless energy

Experts in Oxford believe they can win the race to produce cheap clean power despite the many challenges, says Ellie Zolfagharifard of The Telegraph.

“Essentially, what you need to do is make a little star on Earth,” says Dr Melanie Windridge of the Fusion Industry Association. “You have to find a way of getting your fuel hot enough and dense enough for long enough that fusion reactions occur.”

The article focuses on Tokamak Energy and First Light Fusion’s progress to date and their different approaches to developing fusion power. To read the whole piece, please see link below. (Subscription is required.)

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