Category Archives: China

China’s plans for nuclear growth may exceed its grasp

There are limits to ambitions even in a state-owned nuclear construction program and nuclear safety functions have to develop at the same pace as plants Perhaps not coincidentally, following on the heels of the historic climate change agreement between the … Continue reading

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Chinese nuclear firms enter eastern European market

China General Nuclear to build two reactors in Romania Chinese government expresses interest in supporting a bid for new tender at Temelin Cernavoda According to wire service reports China General Nuclear (CGN) will partner with Romania’s state-owned nuclear utility to … Continue reading

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What’s up with France over Nuclear?

The state owned nuclear giant Areva stayed out of hot water with investors. EDF got a major boost with the European Union’s approval of a massive new 3.2 Gwe nuclear reactor complex at Hinkley Point in the U.K. The lower … Continue reading

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China pushes nuclear export deals

Business deals in Romania and Argentina may be the first of many According to the Bloomberg wire service, China General Nuclear Power Holding Corp. has submitted a $7.7 billion bid to build two nuclear reactors at Cernavoda on Romania’s Black … Continue reading

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