China extends plans for new nuclear plant

November 2003
International Power Generation;Nov2003, Vol. 26 Issue 6, p7
Academic Journal
Reports on the plan of China to build a nuclear power plant at the mid-eastern coast of Zhejiang Province. Power capacity needed by the development plans of China, by the year 2020; Estimated number of nuclear plants that will have to be constructed to meet the target capacity; Electric power capacity installed in the province of Qinshan.


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