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The consortium successfully passed the prequalification for the ITER and other relevant bidding documents before finally winning the bid, beating various strong competitors, including the US, Germany, France, Italy, Spain, Russia and India.
Coblentz told The Associated Press the Big Six who signed the nuclear deal with Iran encouraged Tehran's participation in ITER.
We openly addressed issues such as the project's nuclear and safety culture, options for improved alignment between the ITER Organization and the Domestic Agencies, and last but not least the creation of the ITER Chief Executive Team, (ICET), formed to improve collaboration between all actors of the ITER Project.
For long-term financing beyond 2013, the EU reached an agreement, in February, to reintegrate ITER into the EU budget.
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Beginning in 2014, components for the ITER Tokamak-some of them exceptionally large and heavy-will be arriving in France from the 7 Members.
Programmed ITER spending in the EU's 2007-13 medium term spending plan includes just EUR346 million for 2012 and EUR344 million for 2013.
As ITER strives to produce renewable energies, NX helps to implement greener IT practices, driving down energy costs and other IT operating expenses such as travel and hardware expenditure.
ITER said: "The reason for the later finish dates is that we had to do a comprehensive design review.
Ultimately, the goal of ITER is to demonstrate the feasibility of producing electricity from a fusion reactor, reducing nations' dependence on fossil fuels.
Significant participation in ITER is the only way at present in which the United States can remain involved in the experimental investigation of the leading issues of fusion plasma science and in developing technological aspects of fusion energy.
When operational, ITER will study plasmas in conditions similar to those expected in an electricity-generating fusion power plant.