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Jutting 230 feet into the air, the steel and concrete tower under construction will house two steam turbine generators, a 312-ton water and coolant tank, and a fission reactor. Come 2015, this atomic furnace will turn out 1,100 megawatts of
China will use Russia's evolutionary third generation nuclear pressurized water reactor as a prototype, announced Russia's Rosatom on Friday. According to a statement by Russian energy company Rosatom, a delegation composed of Chinese National
Another State-owned nuclear giant, China General Nuclear Power Group, is planning an IPO in Hong Kong. Their listing plans underscore how intense the race for overseas expansion has become, with the central government encour aging domestic companies
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Just days after George Osborne made his nuclear announcement Chinese state-run TV was showing-off its nuclear armed submarines for the first time in 42 years accompanied by rousing music. Official Chinese news agency Xinhua called the subs an "
China's need for nuclear power is likely to exceed its long-term development target as the nation strives to lower its reliance on coal-fired power and cut air pollution, industry insiders said on Monday. "As demand for energy has outstripped
French state-controlled nuclear group Areva said it had signed a 1.25 billion euro contract with Brazilian state-led power utility Eletrobras to finish construction of a nuclear plant in Brazil. Areva said it would deliver control and command systems
Moniz were present at Tuesday's groundbreaking ceremony.
Part of what has been holding back the development of new nuclear power plants in the UK is their enormous cost...The big attraction for the chancellor of allowing Chinese companies to invest in Britain's nuclear industry is that they have deep
Osborne agrees to China investing in UK nuclear plants The Chancellor, George Osborne, has announced that the UK will allow Chinese companies to take a stake in British nuclear power plants. The decision could lead to China taking a future majority