Becoming fusion capable – interview with Richard Dinan
August 11, 2021
Nuclear fusion has the potential to provide almost endless clean fuel and the potential for new types of innovation. Its practical application continues to be elusive though there are signs that the first reactor – ITER – may be close to delivering viable power. Executive search specialist Falcon Brook interviews Richard Dinan, founder of Pulsar Fusion, to learn more about how he became involved in the development of fusion, and when he thinks the world will become fusion capable.
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