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UK Atomic Energy Authority signs fusion energy deal with Japan


UK body to work with Kyoto Fusioneering to develop fusion-related technologies

A new agreement between the UK and Japan aims to deliver sustainable, commercial fusion energy for the future.

On 23 March, the UK Atomic Energy Authority—the national research organisation responsible for the delivery of fusion energy—signed a collaboration agreement with the Japanese company Kyoto Fusioneering to develop fusion-related technologies.

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