Sourcing sustainable energy is one of the biggest challenges facing governments today, with global energy consumption expected to triple by the end of the 21st century. Teams across engineering and consultancy firm ARCADIS are heavily engaged with harnessing renewable sources of energy; from wind to solar and most excitingly; fusion.
Two events coming up soon will provide UK companies with excellent platforms to promote their capabilities for fusion projects: the International Symposium on Fusion Nuclear Technology (16-20 September, Barcelona); and the Monaco ITER International Fusion Energy Days (2-4 December).
Current ITER contract opportunities include: PF Coil Winding Tooling; Design review support for tritium plant section/Technical administration support for tritium plant section; Plant Design Engineer support for tritium plant systems;
Superconducting magnet system for the European Gyrotron prototype for the ITER Electron Cyclotron System; Provision of nuclear analysis; Development of the SOLPS-IO (SOLPS5.3) code: Extension of the computational domain to allow the simulation of plasma contact with the ITER main chamber first wall.
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