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TechnologyNetworkLogoThe IEA supports international energy technology research, development, deployment, and knowledge transfer through multilateral groups (formally known as Implementing Agreements or 'IAs'). The experts participating in the activities of the Implementing Agreements represent public and private sector entities worldwide. Together, these experts share knowledge – and resources – to advance energy technologies.


Nuclear fusion

Environment, Safety & Economy
Fusion Materials
Nuclear Technology Fusion Reactors
Plasma Wall Interaction
Reversed Field Pinches
Spherical Tori

Recent activities and findings

12th International Workshop on Beryllium Technology

The 12th International Workshop on Beryllium Technology will take place on Jeju Island, Korea, on 10-11 September 2015. The objective of this workshop is to disseminate results of research and technology development in areas relevant to beryllium utilisation in nuclear power systems, both fission and fusion.  Papers presenting origianl research in these areas are solicited for presentation and publication.  Deadline for receipt of abstracts is 1 May 2015. More...

Recent stellarator news

A stellarator-specific (HELIAS) module has been developed and implemented in the systems code PROCESS.  This approach is investigated to allow for detailed design studies of burning plasma HELIAS devices, and to facilitate a direct comparison of tokamak and stellarator power plant concepts. Read more in the latest issue of Stellarator News from the Stellarator-Heliotron initiative (SH IA). 


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