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UK-based Tokamak Energy is developing new laser measurement technology to control extreme conditions inside future fusion power. Plasma temperatures inside a tokamak reach over 100m degrees Celsius. The hydrogen fuel must be closely and accurately measured by a specialist laser system to keep the hot plasma stable, hold density and maintain fusion conditions.

Date: Thursday, 21 March 2024
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General Atomics (GA) of the USA and Tokamak Energy of the UK have agreed to collaborate in the area of high temperature superconducting (HTS) technology for fusion energy and other industry applications. Meanwhile, Germany's Max Planck Institute for Plasma Physics will work with Proxima Fusion to further develop the stellarator concept.

Date: Wednesday, 31 May 2023
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UK-based Tokamak Energy has released images of its future commercial fusion power plant. Meanwhile, Tokamak Energy’s ST-E1 fusion pilot plant is expected to demonstrate the capability of delivering electricity into the grid in the early 2030s paving the way for globally deployable 500 MWe commercial plants. Tokamak Energy Managing Director Warrick Matthews said: “Fusion energy from power plants like this will be zero carbon, safe, secure, extremely efficient and run on limitless fuel from sea water. Fusion is the ultimate energy source – no emissions and you can put a plant where you need it.”

Date: Wednesday, 19 April 2023
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Tokamak Energy of the UK announced it has built a world-first set of new generation high temperature superconducting (HTS) magnets to be assembled and tested in fusion power plant-relevant scenarios.

Date: Tuesday, 07 February 2023
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