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Gates, Google participates in investment in the US CFS to open a nuclear power station: 2025 commercial power generation

via:快科技     time:2021/12/28 13:04:36     readed:114

Compared with existing power generation technology, nuclear polyverter power generation can be said to be the ultimate dream of human solutioning energy crisis. Once the technical problem can get a continuous supply of power supply, now by Bill & Middot; Gates, Google, etc. CFS has opened a nuclear power plant, which is expected to be commercially generated in 2025.

For nuclear fusion power generation, accurate problems now have made breakthroughs, including various countries, including China, have done controllable nuclear fusion power generation, however, the current core problem is used to trigger nuclear fusion energy is higher than The energy is out, so there is no business feasibility.

Commonwealth Fusion Systems is an energy company in the United States with commercial nuclear gathering. It is founded by Mit Massachusetts Institute of Technology.The company has raised $ 1.8 billion in funds, which plans to build a fusion reactor SPARC in the United States, accounting for nearly 47 mu, which is expected to realize commercial nuclear fusion power generation in 2025.

盖茨、谷歌参与投资 美国CFS公司开建核聚变电站:2025年商业发电

The SPARC nuclear polyvertural reactor also uses the Todamak technology route, and the high temperature plasma is controlled by powerful magnetic fields.However, CFS said that their reactors are not used to use costly materials like other Tomamark devices.A powerful magnetic field constraint device can still be created low enough.

If the SPARC nuclear polyvertural reactor can successfully commercial power generation, CFS plans to build 10,000 200 MW nuclear fusion power plants worldwide enough to replace almost all fossil energy power plants.

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