China has unveiled plans for the world’s largest pulsed-power plant, which it hopes will help it win the global race for viable nuclear fission-powered energy. Photo: Bloomberg
China has unveiled plans for the world’s largest pulsed-power plant, which it hopes will help it win the global race for viable nuclear fission-powered energy. Photo: Bloomberg
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China’s top weapons scientist says nuclear fusion power is 6 years away

  • Peng Xianjue unveils plans for combined fusion-fission reactor that could make China world’s first to achieve the elusive viable energy source
  • No country has so far managed to build a facility that generates more power than it uses in the fission process

China has unveiled plans for the world’s largest pulsed-power plant, which it hopes will help it win the global race for viable nuclear fission-powered energy. Photo: Bloomberg
China has unveiled plans for the world’s largest pulsed-power plant, which it hopes will help it win the global race for viable nuclear fission-powered energy. Photo: Bloomberg
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