ITER fusion reactor has countries cooperating for the wrong cause
By Linda Pentz Gunter
As defined by World Nuclear News, the international fusion project known as ITER, exists “to prove the feasibility of fusion as a large-scale and carbon-free source of energy. The goal of ITER is to operate at 500 MW (for at least 400 seconds continuously) with 50 MW of plasma heating power input. It appears that an additional 300 MWe of electricity input may be required in operation. No electricity will be generated at ITER.”
Four hundred seconds. No electricity...
Fusion reactors: Not what they’re cracked up to be
ITER è una vetrina ... per gli inconvenienti dell'energia da fusione nucleare.
By Daniel Jassby (Italian Edition)