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The digging has begun

-Myriam Jacobs

Bulldozers, scrapers and power shovels were back on the ITER platform: under the responsibility of the European Domestic Agency F4E, work began in the Tokamak pit and on the 14,000 square-metre area that will host the huge PF Coils Assembly Building. Ben Slee, Deputy Head of Site, Buildings and Power supplies at Fusion for Energy shows us around.


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