China’s nuclear target may be cut by 10 per cent due to public concerns over safety of nuclear development

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Li Youngjiang, vice president of the China Nuclear Energy Association, said the government wanted to “address public concerns over the safety of nuclear development”.
He said a development plan for the future of nuclear in China was due to be published later this year and was likely to include a fall in projected capacity of up to 70 GW “as some planned projects have to be scaled back or cancelled”.

Source: www.powerengineeringint.com, via Nuclear
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