Nuclear fusion is the process by which two light atomic nuclei combine to form a single heavier one while releasing vast amounts of energy, which can be four times greater than nuclear fission reactions. Currently, research on nuclear fusion is carried out in over 50 countries, and while fusion reactions have been successfully achieved in many experiments, a device capable of reaching engineering break-even is yet to be demonstrated.
Fusion power offers the prospect of an almost inexhaustible source of energy for future generations, but this also presents exciting and complex engineering challenges. We recognise that fusion can play a significant part in the UK’s target to bring all greenhouse gas emissions to Net Zero by 2050, and our expertise will support your organisation with fusion developments.
Our experience, understanding and holistic systems approach enables the efficient adoption of advanced engineering techniques to realise advancements in fusion. This approach allows us to address any fusion challenges you may face. Our core values encompass why we see our involvement in the development of fusion technology as paramount for future generations: