Yes; It will. Vancouver based Startup General Fusion is currently working towards realising our biggest dream of getting Unlimited Clean Energy for Lifetime!
They have also started building a Reactor (a Nuclear Fusion Reactor). If it gets realised then a new era is awaiting for the Global Energy sector.
So, Nuclear Fusion is not just a matter of distant Future any more. That day is not so far when Fossil Fuel will be a discussion of history and Nuclear Fusion will deliver 100% Clean Energy Forever.
Can you imagine the kind of disruption it will bring to the world for good & the level of Carbon Footprint will get reduced?
If it becomes possible then it will be a real blessing for mankind.
So, what Edges/ Advantages Nuclear Fusion will provide over traditional Fission Power?
Yes it’s a big question, where Fusion Power is superior than Fission Power & what are the other benefits?
- Nuclear Fusion uses abundant Seawater as fuel & in this process the byproduct gets generated is also harmless (helium)
- Another one vital thing this new methodology addresses is, resolving the problem of radioactive waste left behind.
- The Power Generation Technique is also different in Nuclear Fusion technology.
- Apart from the above mentioned points, one significant generic advantage is Nuclear Power doesn’t produces greenhouse gases. Because the situation where we all are standing Climate change is a big concern. Right?
But there is one not to positive thing too. Till now all Fusion Solution requires greater power to operate than it actually produces. So these are not actually energy-efficient.
But General Fusion is working towards it. How are they planning to resolve it? For further detail you can read Motherboard’s complete 360/VR documentary on Nuclear Energy by following this link.
As per report, it’s being aimed that within 2030 the development of a reactor will be completed. So to achieve that target General Fusion is planning to hire more expert resources & funding.
So, Fusion Power is our biggest hope for getting Clean Energy Forever. What do you think?