An artist’s impression of the CFETR (China Fusion Engineering Test Reactor). Credit: Handout
An artist’s impression of the CFETR (China Fusion Engineering Test Reactor). Credit: Handout
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China’s fusion nuclear reactor will not crash power grid in world first: scientists

  • ‘Heat sink’ filled with molten salt proposed by researchers to turn fusion energy into electricity without bringing power grid down
  • The China Fusion Engineering Test Reactor, to be completed around 2035, aims for peak power output of 2 gigawatts

An artist’s impression of the CFETR (China Fusion Engineering Test Reactor). Credit: Handout
An artist’s impression of the CFETR (China Fusion Engineering Test Reactor). Credit: Handout
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