A steam plasma does loads of Molecular Nuclear Fusion
But burnnig pulverised coal does almost as much
So we feed the coal into a ball mill – and coal dust falls out the bottom. We add regular water, and we produced a thick carbon liquid.
We eject this into a combustion chamber – which we start up using electrical ignition. Then it self-sustains – we run at 8 atmospheres to get loads of nuclear fusion.
The coal does take in a bit of heat as it oxidises, btu the red hot coal embers, keeps the fire going. So we collect the ash, and sell it to farmers are fertilizer.
So we draw off white hot air, which we use to heat water to generate power. We also pass it through fire tubes, to get steam at 1.000oC – loads of power.