The US ITER project engages more than 300 companies and universities in 40 states plus the District of Columbia. As of December 2013, over $572M has been awarded to US industry and universities and obligated to DOE national laboratories. Over 80% of US ITER project funding is spent in the US.

A cryogenic deuterium pellet injector installed on the General Atomics DIII-D tokamak has been tested by US ITER researchers and collaborators. Photo: General Atomics

The US ITER project engages more than 300 companies and universities in 40 states plus the District of Columbia. As of December 2013, over $572M has been awarded to US industry and universities and obligated to DOE national laboratories. Over 80% of US ITER project funding is spent in the US.

US ITER is testing versions of a single-antenna diagnostic system on the DIII-D tokamak at General Atomics. This photo shows the system as seen from inside the vacuum vessel. Photo: General Atomics

The US ITER project engages more than 300 companies and universities in 40 states plus the District of Columbia. As of December 2013, over $572M has been awarded to US industry and universities and obligated to DOE national laboratories. Over 80% of US ITER project funding is spent in the US.

Assembled superconductor rods for toroidal field magnets are drawn on a 400-ft long draw bench. Photo: Luvata Waterbury Inc.

The US ITER project engages more than 300 companies and universities in 40 states plus the District of Columbia. As of December 2013, over $572M has been awarded to US industry and universities and obligated to DOE national laboratories. Over 80% of US ITER project funding is spent in the US.

ITER Nb3Sn toroidal field superconductor being drawn on an 8 die drawing machine at Oxford Superconducting Technology. Photo: OST

The US ITER project engages more than 300 companies and universities in 40 states plus the District of Columbia. As of December 2013, over $572M has been awarded to US industry and universities and obligated to DOE national laboratories. Over 80% of US ITER project funding is spent in the US.

A compaction mill facility in Tallahassee, Florida will support the jacketing of ITER toroidal field conductor. Photo: High Performance Magnetics

The US ITER project engages more than 300 companies and universities in 40 states plus the District of Columbia. As of December 2013, over $572M has been awarded to US industry and universities and obligated to DOE national laboratories. Over 80% of US ITER project funding is spent in the US.

The ion cyclotron resonance ring test stand at Oak Ridge National Laboratory will be used to demonstrate continuous 6MW operation. Photo: US ITER/ORNL

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