Fusion Energy

Tapping The Next Generation Of Supercomputers To Bring Fusion Energy To The World

(FILES) - This photo taken 28 July 2004

SCIENTISTS ARE DEVELOPING COMPUTERS THAT WILL BE 50X FASTER THAN TODAY’S BY THE 2020S, WHICH WILL ENABLE THE FIRST COMPLETE SIMULATIONS OF PLASMA. The Princeton Plasma Physics Laboratory (PPPL) leads a team of institutions that is developing a computer program that will run on the next generation of supercomputers to bring fusion energy closer to… Keep reading →


Mercedes-Benz has revealed plans to follow Tesla into the energy-storage business. “A division of parent company Daimler has been testing battery packs that can power houses, and plans to launch commercially in September, according to Australia’s Motoring. Like Tesla, Daimler has tested quietly energy-storage systems for some time. The company created a subsidiary called ACCUmotive in… Keep reading →

(FILES) - This photo taken 28 July 2004

It’s far too soon to proclaim the cold fusion age has arrived, but a new experiment appears to have generated considerable volumes of energy using a process that may have involved low-energy nuclear reactions. The researcher Andrea Rossi claims his E-Cat device uses cold fusion to fuse nickel and hydrogen atoms into copper, releasing enormous… Keep reading →

Anniversary Of Nuclear Disaster At Three Mile Island Marked Near The Site

  “The nation that harnesses the power of clean, renewable energy will be the nation that leads the 21st century”… President Obama, 2010 By 2050 fusion will be the source of most of the world’s energy. This is not wishful thinking, it is simply a way of stating that all other forms of energy that… Keep reading →

Construction Continues On Wendelstein 7-X Reactor

There is still a very long way to go before a commercial reactor is built, but scientists at the National Ignition Facility succeeded in creating a reaction in which more energy came out than went in. “The real significance of this is, we’re now matching our models, we have our feet back on the ground… Keep reading →