ITER

The way to new energy

Introduction

The purpose of the ITER project is to demonstrate the feasibility of nuclear fusion as an energy source. The machine is currently under construction in Cadarache in the south of France and is planned to deliver first plasma in 2025.

ITER will be a research facility acting as a bridge toward a first plant that will demonstrate the large-scale production of electrical power and tritium fuel self-sufficiency. DEMO will lead fusion into its industrial era, beginning operations in the early 2030s, and putting fusion power into the grid as early as 2040.

Cosylab has been delivering services to ITER since 2008.

Delivered services


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