ENG8’s EnergiCell latest milestone hits the news

ENG8 says it can generate five times as much power as it puts into its fusion energy process. This milestone has hit the news. Fusion energy specialist, ENG8, has demonstrated an electrical energy output five times greater than the energy used, in this ground-breaking independent validation. During each of the three tests, lasting approximately 10 […]
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International Conference on Condensed Matter Nuclear Science ICCF-25

We’ve been at the International Conference on Condensed Matter Nuclear Science ICCF-25 this week in Poland. The aim of the ICCF-25 was to increase cross-disciplinary discussion and exploration in the field of low-energy nuclear reactions (LENR). It was a great opportunity to enhance international collaboration in solid-state fusion research through the presentation of new scientific […]
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British-Japanese partnership for fusion development – World Nuclear News

UK-based nuclear fusion company Tokamak Energy and Japan’s Sumitomo Corporation have agreed to collaborate on the development, implementation and scaling-up of commercial fusion energy in Japan and worldwide. The partnership will see Sumitomo contribute expertise and investment to a series of joint projects with Tokamak focused on the scaling-up and industrialisation of the global fusion […]
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UK at ‘forefront of new frontier’ for holy grail of clean energy – Independent

UK plans to build world’s first nuclear fusion-powered plant by 2040 Britain has an opportunity to be at the forefront of a new clean energy “frontier” with the launch of the world’s first nuclear fusion-powered plant, a senior official has said. Government scientists at the UK Atomic Energy Authority (UKAEA) are working on plans to deliver clean power through the […]
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UK Atomic Energy Authority awards £6.8m of contracts for fusion energy development

The UK Atomic Energy Authority (UKAEA) has announced that it has awarded contracts to seven organisations to develop solutions to fusion energy development challenges.  The projects are all still at a ‘proof of concept’ stage and focus on digital engineering and fusion fuel requirements. The awarded groups were responding to challenges launched through the Small […]
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Oxford University joins Imperial and York in £12 million fusion power industry partnership

A multi-institutional team will explore a new method for creating fusion power it hopes could eventually be scaled to provide safe, clean, and abundant energy. Support for the project comes from a combined £12 million from First Light Fusion, the company behind this new approach, and UK Research and Innovation’s Prosperity Partnership scheme. The project will see […]
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Could oil giants Shell and Equinor help fire energy’s ‘magic bullet’? – Recharge News

Oil majors can bring experience from scaling-up renewables and project management expertise, as well as early-stage capital, event told Oil giants such as Equinor and Shell could play a key role in scaling up and commercialising nuclear fusion power, a conference discussing the future of the technology often dubbed the energy transition’s ‘magic bullet’ was […]
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Fusion Industry Association Releases Supply Chain Report

Report Finds Billions in Opportunities in the Fusion Supply Chain, Calls for More Investment. The Fusion Industry Association (FIA) released a report – The Fusion Industry Supply Chain: Opportunities and Challenges – analyzing the current fusion supply chain and projecting a huge growth in demand for fusion suppliers over the coming years. The report also […]
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