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Power | September 30, 2013
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China to build 200 nuke power plants to cut coal use

As part of efforts to cut the high level of emissions generated by the large-scale use of coal, China plans to build 200 new nuclear power plants and speed up the construction of 29 more such nuke plants, said Jian Jingwen, Deputy head of the equipment department at the State Nuclear Power Technology Corporation.    China‚Äôs demand for nuclear plants will reach 200, with four to six new projects being approved annually before 2015, he added. The number will touch 10 plants every year after 2020, Jian added. China plans to increase nuclear power generation capacity from 10.7 gigawatts in 2010 to 160 gigawatts in 2040.

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