Along with EUROfusion, the European fusion efforts are channelled to ITER though Fusion for Energy. While EUROfusion organises the European fusion research, Fusion for Energy oversees the industrial contributions to ITER. Apart from this, EUROfusion is also a one of the eight members of EIROforum which brings together the resources, facilities and expertise of its member organisations to support European science in reaching its full potential.
At the heart of the EUROfusion agreement lies ITER, the largest fusion experiment that is under construction in Cadarache, France. Once built, ITER will demonstrate the feasibility of fusion as the energy source of the future.
Visit the ITER website to learn more.
Fusion for Energy’s (F4E) is the organisation that coordinates the collaboration of European industry and research organisations to provide components for ITER and later DEMO.
Visit the Fusion for Energy website to learn more.
EUROfusion is one of eight members to EIROforum, which combines the resources, facilities and expertise of its member organisations to give European science a voice on a European level.
Visit the EIROforum website to learn more.