Work begins on 2120 MW nuclear plant in China

The Russian-designed Tianwan nuclear power plant has seen construction of its number 3 unit commence in China.

The plant in the country’s Jiangsu province had its first concrete poured on 27 December, reports Nuclear Engineering International.
Tianwan nuclear power plant
Atomstroyexport JSC will construct both units 3 and 4 of the VVER-1000 reactor plants, each consisting of 1060 MW electric capacity. Jiangsu Nuclear Power Corporation (JNPC) will design and deliver the balance-of-plant equipment.

The first unit is expected to start up in 2018, according to Rosatom. Tianwan already possess two other units.

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