China's Nuclear Power Plans After Fukushima
Article from: OGEL 5 (2011), in China Energy Law and Policy
April 2011 - The disastrous impact of the tsunami on Japan's Fukushima nuclear power station has caused governments and peoples in many countries to look again at their plans for expanding their nuclear power capacity. In China the government has been quick to take action, or rather to review planned actions. The country has the world's most ambitious programme for nuclear power construction. It currently has thirteen operating reactors in three provinces (Guangdong, Zhejiang and Jiangsu) with a total capacity of 10.2 GW. These are operated by two companies: the China National ...