Lisa Stiffler of GeekWire reports on a fusion power agreement.
- Helion has signed an agreement with Microsoft to build the world’s first fusion power plant by 2028.
- Microsoft would use Helion-generated energy to power its data centers and operations.
- The goal to bring a fusion power plant online before the end of the decade is ambitious, but if it is successful it would pave the way for a cleaner energy future.
- Private sector leadership is unlocking clean energy innovation.
Read the full article here.