The ITER Hot Cell is vital to the success of what will be the world’s largest fusion reactor. Fulfilling the requirements, when they are released, will take a collaborative effort from large organisations, specialist SMEs and research institutes.
In October UKAEA are hosting an event on Zoom to discuss the issues that will need to be overcome. The event will include the challenges presented by the ITER Hot Cell, the capabilities of UKAEA and the experience we have in solving similar issues. There will also be an opportunity to ask questions to a panel, made up of experts from across the Authority.
It is hoped that this will be the start of collaborations between UKAEA, industry and researchers, with regards the hot cell requirements, which will be key in the operation, maintenance and decommissioning of the ITER tokamak.
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