We do confirm our #decarbonization targets despite the current energy security scenario. In 2030:
➡Upstream: no longer net emissions;
➡Biofuel capacity will exceed 5Mn per year;
➡Renewable energy capacity more than 15 GW.
➡Magnetic confinement fusion: 1st industrial plant
How mature is magnetic confinement fusion?
Does it make sense at "industrial" scale?
No, I think from the scientific and technological perspective there's a realistic change of that. They had a delay, though, but the time frames are impressive anyway:
"The reactor was expected to take 10 years to build and ITER had planned to test its first plasma in 2020 and achieve full fusion by 2023, however the schedule is now to test first plasma in 2025 and full fusion in 2035."
The magnetic confinement fusion is basic fundamental physics, no magic or hype. The opposite effect, imho more difficult to achieve - cooling/slowing down atoms in magneto-optical trap - was developed only in the 1980s and it's used in atomic clocks and other measuring devices.