Canada gets competition for ITER fusion project

Guest Contributor
June 7, 2002

Canada now has official competition in its bid to become home to the massive ITER project for fusion energy research. Three more countries — Japan, Spain and France — officially submitted their proposals at a meeting in France earlier this month. Their intention to bid for the project has been well known for some time, but the official proposals from France and Spain were delayed until the negotiating mandate of the European Union was extended. Joint assessment of the four competing can now proceed....

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