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The French power company that co-owns a nuclear plant in China would shut it down if it could, due to damage to the fuel rods, a spokesperson said -- but the decision is ultimately up to the plant's Chinese operator.

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Matt Chester on Jul 23, 2021

The French power company that co-owns a nuclear plant in China would shut it down if it could, due to damage to the fuel rods, a spokesperson said -- but the decision is ultimately up to the plant's Chinese operator.

That seems like a pretty eye-opening split of interests and abilities. So the French power company says they'd shut it down, but since they can't they'll still be accepting the power sent to its grid from it? If they really thought it was an issue couldn't they tell the plant they won't be accepting that power, find somewhere else for it? 

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