PROJECT | Staff Reporter, Malaysia

China to plug in two nuclear reactors in 4Q17

These will be in Zhejiang and Shandong provinces.

Shanghai Daily reported that China is due to bring two nuclear reactors in Zhejiang and Shandong provinces online in the fourth quarter as part its efforts to utilise some of the world’s most advanced nuclear technology.

The Sanmen station in Zhejiang and Haiyang station in Shandong have a capacity 1,000 megawatts each and would help China reduce its reliance on coal and gas, Wang Binghua, chairman of the State Power Investment Corp, said yesterday.

He was speaking at the 25th International Conference on Nuclear Engineering in Shanghai. 

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