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Is it possible to extract energy using induction from a plasma?
 
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This addresses your question.

It may well be, but it is in the theoretical stages right now. Waste heat recovery is being considered as an end-stage to cooling anodes and cathodes in a system where plasma moves in a toroidal shape.

I don't think we're talking about something that can be achieved by private individuals or homesteaders.

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Thanks for the reply
 
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