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TAE Technologies signs agreement to study hydrogen-boron fusion reactors

TAE Technologies signs agreement to study hydrogen-boron fusion reactors

TAE Technologies, one of the largest private fusion energy companies, has unveiled a new partnership today (Oct 26) with the Japanese Institute of Fusion Science (NIFS) that will see testing of hydrogen-boron (p-B11) fusion reactions.

In testing the p-B11 fusion reactions, this will help develop one of the cleanest and most affordable fuels for fusion cycles whilst also boasting carbon-free emissions.

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To research and develop the new hydrogen-boron fusion reactions, TAE will develop commercial power plants that will use p-B11.

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