[ExI] Remember ITER?

Mirco Romanato painlord2k at libero.it
Sat Apr 27 23:49:17 UTC 2013

Il 28/04/2013 00:27, Stefano Vaj ha scritto:

> http://www.independent.co.uk/news/science/one-giant-leap-for-mankind-13bn-iter-project-makes-breakthrough-in-the-quest-for-nuclear-fusion-a-solution-to-climate-change-and-an-age-of-clean-cheap-energy-8590480.html

I would bet something that private startups around the world will
produce commercial fusion reactors before the ITER project is completed.

But I could be overly optimistic.

> 2005: Cadarache, France, chosen as Iter site.
> 2021-22: “First plasma” scheduled, when ionised gases will be injected into the Iter tokamak.
> 2027-28: Iter “goes nuclear” with injection of tritium.
> 2030s: First demonstration fusion reactor to produce electricity for grid.



By 2030 there will be an EU?

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