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“To make fusion available on Earth you need the largest size plant… the size is absolutely critical,” so no single country can afford to construct this equipment alone on a reasonable time scale, explains ITER’s Director General Bernard Bigot.
CNBC’s Steve Sedgwick takes you on an exclusive tour of ITER, the “world’s largest fusion experiment” which currently has 2,300 workers on site to construct it.
In labs worldwide, scientists are collaborating, designing, prototyping and producing over 10 million parts. However how long will it take to finish ITER – one of the world’s “most ambitious energy projects”? CNBC investigates.