That EPR was given the name INTOR, an acronym for INternational TOkamak Reactor.
INTOR eventually merged into ITER (International Thermonuclear Experimental Reactor), now under construction in France as an international venture, but not scheduled for operation until 2019.
The INTOR study was a collaborative effort among the United States, Japan, Soviet Union, and Europe, under the auspices of the IAEA.
The goal of the INTOR study was "to assess the readiness of the world's fusion programs to undertake the design and construction of the first experimental fusion energy reactor, to define the research and development that would be necessary to do so, to develop a design concept for such a device, and to identify and analyze critical technical issues that would have to be overcome.
Insa, smecherul, ajuns sef de stat, a mai intors odata rezultatul, evident nefavorabil, prin complicitati la vedere cu diverse institutii europene si interne.