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Chief operating officer of NBN and Regional BD Director for MENA at Dynatom International GmbH.In-depth knowledge of nuclear, alternative and renewable, and conventional energy industry.Have been...

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Guangdong Nuclear Authority will arrange Lingao Unit 2 and Yangjiang Unit 2 to participate in annual bilateral negotiations for anticipated capacity of 2 billion kWh!

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Matt Chester on Mar 12, 2021

The expanding power demand and how they'll deal with it is definitely one of the elephants in the room with China. Seeing it done with carbon free nuclear is better than that same energy being met with new coal plants, though I know other new coal plants are simultaneously being built. 

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Aasem Abuzeid on Mar 15, 2021

True. Although the share of coal has dropped, the volume is rising due to the rise in energy demand: The coal share in China's energy mix drops to 57%| NBN

But with more advancements in their nuclear technology, they might one day ditch coal completely, hopefully!

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