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Can start-ups fast-track fusion energy?

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Nature 596, 341-342 (2021)


Updates & Corrections

  • Correction 23 August 2021: An earlier version of this book review erroneously stated that Jonathan Carling had left Tokamak Energy; in fact, he has just stepped down as chief executive.

Competing Interests

M.W. acts as a consultant for Tokamak Energy, one of the private companies featured in the book, and is UK director of the Fusion Industry Association (consultant rather than employee), which is the organization that represents private fusion companies.


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