As far as I know, the only way helium can be used for power generation is as a fuel in nuclear fusion reactors (for a nuclear reaction of helium-3 combined with deuterium). However, as of right now, this type of power is still more theoretical than practical. It is also unclear just how green it really is, considering the associated emission of radiation, even if it’s going to be much lower than from fission reactors.
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