4 Chinese-Designed Nuclear Reactors Planned for 2 Projects

 4 Chinese-Designed Nuclear Reactors Planned for 2 Projects

China General Nuclear Power (CGN) and China National Nuclear Corp. (CNNC) plan to build four more indigenous nuclear reactors on the mainland of China.
CGN plans to use the Hualong One design for the fifth and sixth reactors at the Ningde plant in Fujian province, while CNNC plans to use the reactor in the first two reactors of a planned project in Zhejiang province, according to South China Morning Post.
CGN and CNNC jointly designed the Hualong One reactor. Construction of the first two Hualong One reactors began in May and December 2015 at the Fuqing plant. Site preparation for one Hualong One reactor is underway in Fangchenggang, with trial operation set for 2020.
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