Fusion & politics

29 EU countries working on fusion

Welcome Croatia, who joined the EU – and Europe’s fusion program – on July 1st.

10 new countries

Major changes were afoot for EFDA ten years ago, as ten countries signed a treaty to join the European Union.

Fusionsstrom ins Netz bringen

EFDA, das European Fusion Development Agreement, hat einen Fahrplan herausgegeben, der erläutert, wie bis 2050 Fusionsstrom ins europäische Stromnetz gebracht werden soll.

Alimenter le réseau avec l’électricité produite par la fusion

L’Accord Européen pour le Développement de la Fusion (EFDA) a publié une feuille de route expliquant comment fournir de l’énergie de fusion au réseau électrique d’ici à 2050.

Wanneer komt er fusie-energie uit het stopcontact?

Een Europese roadmap beschrijft de kennis en technologie die nodig zijn om in 2050 elektricititeit op te kunnen wekken uit kernfusie.

A energia de fusão vai chegar à rede eléctrica

A Agência Europeia para o Desenvolvimento da Fusão Nuclear (EFDA) publicou um roteiro que descreve os passos para fornecer energia eléctrica baseada em fusão à rede pública por volta de 2050. O documento Roteiro para a concretização da energia de fusão organiza este processo em oito missões.

Fuusiosähköä verkkoon

Eurooppalaista fuusioenergiatutkimusta koordinoiva EFDA (European Fusion Development Agreement) on julkaissut fuusiosähkön tuotantoon vuoteen 2050 mennessä tähtäävän tiekartan.

Bringing fusion electricity to the grid

The European Fusion Development Agreement (EFDA) has published a roadmap which outlines how to supply fusion electricity to the grid by 2050.

Germany benefits from fusion research

Dr Stefan Kaufmann, member of the German Parliament, visits JET

Italian parliament positive about fusion

One year ago the Senate Committees on Scientific Research (chaired by senator Guido Possa) and on Industry (chaired by senator Cesare Cursi) have jointly initiated a parliamentary inquiry on fusion. Last Friday they presented the results and invited on this occasion a number of speakers to highlight the topic from […]

This work has been carried out within the framework of the EUROfusion Consortium and has received funding from the Euratom research and training programme 2014-2018 under grant agreement No 633053. The views and opinions expressed herein do not necessarily reflect those of the European Commission.

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