Bichon, pass if you want, that's okay too...
I never said H3 will solve all of the worlds problems, but with so many of the current nuke plants in decline, and in need of core upgrades, and with H3 bringing som much greater efficiency, it would mean a lot, and its just not 'moon energy' . Far from it.
As a nuclear engineer I might be stepping on a bit of a soapbox here but fusion is not as easy as most people claim/wish it is.
The first problem we have with fusion is that if you want to fuse helium3 and deuterium you're going to have to find it on the moon. The second problem is that we can barely get the D-T reaction to work reliably, and that is the easiest combination of elements to use to induce fusion (lowest energy input required).
So when we have a fusion reactor, it will probably be a D-T reactor. Unfortunately it's going to be hugely radioactive, much more so than a conventional fission reactor. That and the neutron radiation released will quickly destroy the structure holding the reaction together. Fusion is probably the wave of the future, but it's going to take a lot more time and money to make a reality.
Our best bet currently would be to invest in our current and proven fission technology. It works, we can make it clean (relatively), and there is very little risk to the population for the amount of power we can produce. That and we (North America) are sitting on several hundred years worth of fuel!