India Looks to Next Energy Frontier: Fusion Power

Maitra, Ramtanu
June 2014
Executive Intelligence Review;6/6/2014, Vol. 41 Issue 23, p57
The article focuses on the commitment of India to make nuclear fusion power as the next energy frontier. The completion of the Advanced Heavy Water Reactor (AHWR) design for the thorium-fueled nuclear reactor announced by Indian Atomic Energy Commission (AEC) chairman Dr. R. K. Sinha is highlighted. A brief overview on the three-stage nuclear program of the country is provided.


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