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    Question for the connoisseurs: what do you guys think of the Caradache (France) project? Could this be the solution of the future regarding the energy production/use, if everything goes smooth with properly handling the hydrogen fusion there?
    Sorry if this subject has already been debated on this forum... I'm pretty new here.


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    Quote Originally Posted by bridgemann View Post
    Question for the connoisseurs: what do you guys think of the Caradache (France) project? Could this be the solution of the future regarding the energy production/use, if everything goes smooth with properly handling the hydrogen fusion there?
    Sorry if this subject has already been debated on this forum... I'm pretty new here.
    Welcome to the Forum, bridgemann!

    Cadarache (note spelling) isnít as much a project as it is the location where projects are carried out (in this case, ITER). ITER is a well-funded international effort, but no-one really knows what the prospects for success are. Fusion has been 20 years away from commercialisation for 60 years. Pessimists believe it will ever be thus.


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