MIT Claims They’ve Figured Out How To Make Fusion Energy Practical

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The world has been on the hunt for cleaner energy for decades, and even though scientists have had some luck with nuclear fusion, there have been multiple roadblocks when it comes to using it every day.

One of those factors is cost, but MIT researchers say they’ve figured out how to clear at least that hurdle.

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They say their magnet-based design works not only in a lab setting, but is practical and economically viable.

The data comes from six separate studies that were published in IEEE Transactions on Applied Superconductivity, detailing what the scientists call a landmark test.

MIT’s Dennis Whyte explains why they’re so excited about the results.

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“Overnight, it basically changed the cost per watt of a fusion reactor by a factor of almost 40 in one day. Now, fusion has a chance.”

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