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Nuclear Fusion Commercialization Race

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Independent Writer nextbigfuture

Brian Wang is a business-oriented futurist, speaker and author of emerging and disruptive technologies. He is the sole author and writer of, a science-focused news site that...

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Nextbigfuture was emailed a correction for TAE Technologies. In a video, the CEO of TAE Technologies said that TAE Technologies would commercialize within 5 years. TAE Technologies clarified in an email that they would begin commercialization efforts by 2023. This clarification makes the race and claims for potential commercial nuclear fusion far closer. TAE Technologies is now saying they being commercialization efforts by 2023. General Fusion is saying that they could have commercial nuclear fusion within ten years. Commonwealth Fusion Systems is saying that they will have more power superconductors and magnets and achieve commercial nuclear fusion by 2033. They

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