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Fusion nuclear


Technology Description

Nuclear fusion, the process that takes place in the core of the sun where hydrogen is converted into helium at temperatures over 10 million °C, offers the possibility of generating base-load electricity with virtually no CO2 emissions, with a virtually unlimited supply of fuel (deuterium and tritium, isotopes of hydrogen), small amounts of short-lived radioactive waste and no possibility of accidents with significant off-site impacts.

Relevance for Net Zero

Being at an early development stage, there are uncertainties on future costs, stable operation, etc.

Key Countries

China, European Union, India, Japan, Korea, Russia, United Kingdom, United States

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