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National Academies study says fusion can help decarbonize US energy, calls for public-private approach to pilot plant operation by 2035-40.
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Oklo’s team is using a startup mindset to build novel reactors while meeting federal regulations.
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Website hosts an expanded suite of digital tools and resources to help people make sense of climate change.
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