Dame Sue Ion, former chair of the UK Nuclear Innovation Research Advisory Board
"I think there's a difference between confidence that it will work and confidence that it will work 24 hours a day, seven days a week, 365 days a year and satisfy an economic environment in which it's got to live. And my answer to that is, I honestly don't know,"
.. She does know, the answer to 24/7 running with any decent level of uptime is zero.
Likelihood of 7 minutes continual NET positive energy generation (never mind 7 days) is very low... I will be massively optimistic and not say zero
Plenty of teams have managed a few seconds of fusion, the difficulty is sustaining long enough bursts to create more power than the (large amount) that was used starting it in the first place, and then the lesser amounts to maintain it
By all means do some research, research is (nearly) always a good thing, but don't pretend you will end up with a viable power plant at the end of it.. but being honest & upfront is not the way of the haunted pencil.