Nuclear fusion plasma problem tackled

Nuclear fusion could become a more viable energy solution with the discovery of way to prevent super-hot gases from causing damage within reactors. The potential solution, tested at an experimental reactor in San Diego, US, could make the next generation of fusion reactors more efficient, saving hundreds of millions of euros a year. It could be incorporated into the latest prototype fusion station – the International Tokamak Experimental Reactor (ITER) – which is to be built in Cadarache, France, from 2008 at cost of €10 billion.

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