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a nuclear reactor that uses controlled nuclear fusion to generate energy

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The particular type of fusion power Tri Alpha is working on is based on heating hydrogen atoms to temperatures of 5.
The ITER project's goal is to build the world's largest tokamak, producing 500 megawatts of fusion power--far more than a European tokamak that holds the current record of 16 megawatts of fusion power.
Dr Thomas Jarboe, a UW professor of aeronautics and astronautics and an adjunct professor in physics then said: "Right now, this design has the greatest potential of producing economical fusion power of any current concept".
Among the potentially attractive features of a deuterium-tritium (DT) fusion power plant is fuel abundance and its invulnerability to the type of runaway reaction that can occur in a nuclear fission accident.
Holt is cited for his "decade-long dedication to advancing the prospects for fusion power earlier in your career, followed by your dedication to public service for more than a decade as a member of Congress" and noting especially "your efforts to improve the Nation's educational opportunities for young people, to improve our environment, and to provide support for scientific research".
If we can afford PS50bn to knock 15 minutes off a rail journey from London to Birmingham, maybe we could use this money better on fusion power and, hopefully, speed up research and development.
The Fusion Power Hour: Real Health Talk radio show will investigate Type 2 Diabetes and all of the natural remedies that are available.
The report, "Fusion Power: A 10-Year Plan to Energy Security," contends fusion power "holds great potential to meet America's long-term energy security needs.
The workings of a fusion power plant is analyzed in details including the confinement theories, materials utilized, and economics of fusion power.
Highly specialized technical skills, knowledge, and data specifically concerning the research and development of aneutronic fusion power as it relates to spacecraft applications are possessed by EPRI.
The goal of ITER is to help bring fusion power to the commercial market.
The falling cost of solar, hydrogen, renewable, wind power, geothermal power and the rising cost of fossil fuels will cross within 10 years, causing market forces to kick in and push solar and then in 20 years, fusion power becomes a possibility," he predicted.
Celebrity groomer Merrell Hollis was backstage, preparing models for their turn on the runway in Bryant Park with a shave using the Gillette Fusion Power MVP razor, Fusion HydraGel Pure & Sensitive and Fusion HydraSoothe Balm.
So, "use raw materials to manufacture liquid and gaseous fuels; build and deploy generating capacity to supply reliable electric service; and provide a long-term commitment to energy research," probably means mining and refining radioactive ores to power nuclear power stations, or mining coal for coal-powered power stations to make hydrogen, or maybe acetylene gases for cars and mobile equipment while trying to develop fusion power for the future.
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