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Sci Tech    H4'ed 4/27/19

Fusion power start-ups go small in effort to bring commercial reactors to life

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Nuclear fusion power — harnessing the power of the stars here on Earth — has long been seen as the ultimate fix for Earth’s energy woes. And no wonder. The hydrogen fuel needed for fusion can be obtained in essentially limitless quantities from seawater. And while power plants that burn fossil fuels spew carbon dioxide and other greenhouse gases into the atmosphere, the only waste produced by fusion is helium — a commercially valuable gas.

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