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KEY ISSUES. Environment and national security issues are likely to be the two keys to political and public acceptance of fusion energy systems in the future, a Secretary of Energy Advisory Board (SEAB) task force concluded recently. Both hot-button issues have been discussed for years, but SEAB wants to see them analyzed in a systematic way. The task force reminded DOE that fusion prototype devices, like other large public projects, will require environmental impact statements. See story on p. 6.
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