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Lithium Breeding Tritium Innovation (LIBRTI) Programme



LIBRTI aims to pave the way for fusion powerplant-scale tritium breeding. It will demonstrate that for a given neutron flux and lithium substrate, the amount of bred tritium can be quantitatively predicted and accurately, and reproducibly, achieved. The LIBERTI project is a new, major scientific and technical undertaking that will require a close working relationship with industry partners. The UKAEA are at the very earliest stages of planning the project and are seeking the views of organisations to help evolve and develop our overall procurement strategy. As such, this and other associated PINs are seeking the level of interest, capability, and capacity from potential suppliers for both the technical and commercial aspects.


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6 months ago

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5 months ago

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