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A nuclear fusion device pushes plasma to a record-breaking 100 million degrees

Chris Young of Interesting Engineering reports on a breakthrough for nuclear fusion.

The C3 Take
  • UK-based nuclear fission firm Tokamak Energy has broken a world record for plasma temperature, reaching 100 million degrees Celsius (over 180 million degrees Fahrenheit).
  • Tokamak is planning to start operations for its fusion pilot program in 2030, which will be an essential step toward fusion energy being readily available.
  • Private sector innovators are paving the way to a cleaner energy future.

“For years, companies have been trying to harness this process to provide practically limitless sustainable energy here on Earth. Now, Tokamak Energy says it has brought us one crucial step closer to achieving this goal.”

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