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Wednesday, March 5, 2008

Hubei Xianning Dafan nuclear power plant cooperation agreement signed

The China Guangdong Nuclear Power Group (CGNPG) and the Hubei provincial government signed an agreement on March 4, in Beijing, to cooperatively build the Hubei nuclear power project. The CGNPG will co-develop the Hubei Xianning Dafan nuclear power projects with the parties concerned according to the country's arrangements.

At present, China has six nuclear power plants including the Qinshan and the Daya Bay nuclear power plants; and 11 nuclear generators are up and running. In addition, 12 nuclear generators in the nuclear power plants, including the second phase of the Ling'ao nuclear power plant, the second phase of the Qinshan nuclear power plant, Hong Yanhe nuclear power plant and Ningde nuclear power plant, have been approved to begin construction.
(Source: People's Daily Online)

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