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The Canadian government will invest $38 million in General Fusion, a British Columbia-based company working to commercialize nuclear fusion. General Fusion, founded in 2002, is one of a handful of firms promising to generate emissions-free electricity from fusion reactions in hot, high-pressure hydrogen plasmas. So far, none have demonstrated that they can generate net energy from fusion. General Fusion will use the new funds to build a full prototype of its reactor and add staff.
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