There are no quick fixes to long-term energy challenges. To find solutions, governments and industry benefit from sharing resources and accelerating results. For this reason the IEA enables independent groups of experts - the Energy Technology Initiatives, or ETIs1.
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Read about the European fusion roadmap currently under development by 29 national European fusion laboratories, and an innovative concept developed to deal with the massive amount of data needed to monitor the W7-X interior. Visit the website of the ETI focusing on stellarator-heliotron fusion devices (SH) to download the June 2015 Stellarator News here.
The 12th International Workshop on Beryllium Technology organised by the ETI focusing on fusion materials (FM), 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 original research in these areas are solicited for presentation and publication. Deadline for receipt of abstracts is 1 June 2015. More...
The 20th International Stellarator-Heliotron Workshop (ISHW) will take place in Greifswald, 5-9 October 2015. The Max Planck Institute for Plasma Physics will host this workshop, which is planned to take place against the background of the first experiments in Wendelstein 7-X under the ETI focusing on stellarator-heliotron fusion devices. More...