Ministerial representatives reaffirm the importance of ITER

Convening on 6 September for a meeting at ministerial level in Saint Paul-lez-Durance, France, high-level representatives of the seven ITER Members acknowledged the progress achieved in the construction of one of the most complex scientific and engineering projects in the world today, the ITER international collaboration for fusion.

Ministerial representatives reaffirmed the importance of fusion for the world’s energy future and stressed the importance of the ITER experimental device as an indispensable step on the path to the development of fusion energy—a virtually limitless and environmentally benign energy source. The participants also emphasized the role played by the ITER international partnership in defining a new model of worldwide scientific collaboration.

Read the full press release in English and in French.
See the first photos from the meeting here.