Tritium Monitor Market Soars Due to Construction of $20+ Billion ITER Fusion Energy Project
Los Angeles, CA. October 6, 2020 – As the construction of the huge ITER tokamak grows towards completion, the tritium monitoring market is soaring. As the world leader in quality tritium monitoring instrumentation, US Nuclear’s (OTC: UCLE) Overhoff division is poised to capture a large portion of this business.
The ITER fusion project seeks to develop a major new source of electric power to help supply the world’s fast-growing appetite for dependable, 24/7 electric power. Fusion is fueled by tritium and deuterium, which are both isotopes of hydrogen. Tritium is in short supply and ITER will fully deplete the global inventory. ITER is a $20+ billion international scientific and engineering project jointly funded by the European Union, China, India, Japan, Russia, South Korea, and the United States.