Nuclear fusion has long been hailed as the clean energy of the future. For decades, governments and research institutions have dedicated billions of euros to developing this technology, and recent breakthroughs in plasma physics experiments have many believing that we are finally on the cusp of an era of limitless energy supply.
The scientific community has been taken aback by these advancements, and with good reason. Nuclear fusion is a process in which two small atoms are forced together to create a larger one. This creates tremendous amounts of energy, all without producing any harmful emissions or radioactive material. In short, it promises almost unlimited power with no environmental cost – something that could profoundly change our lives for the better.
Of course, there is still much work to be done before this technology can be implemented on a large scale. But if we can make it, it could revolutionize industry, transport and even how we heat our homes – all while reducing global warming emissions significantly. This is why so many are now pouring resources into nuclear fusion research – because they believe it could lead us to a brighter future.
To learn more about the potential of nuclear fusion and what its development means for society today and in the future, watch the fascinating new documentary ‘Fusion: The Future is Now’. With powerful interviews from some of the world’s leading experts on nuclear fusion science and policy, plus stunning visuals from actual experiments taking place around Europe right now, you’ll gain valuable insight into what lies ahead – as well as gain hope for greater progress in tackling climate change today.