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China’s Fourth AP1000 Nuclear Reactor is Operational and China Has 45 GW of Nuclear Power

China now has 46 power reactors in operation with a combined installed capacity of more than 45 GWe. China will add another 11 nuclear reactors that would add 11 GWe of electricity over the next two years. Afterwards, there is a gap in China’s development of nuclear power. Only two nuclear reactors are scheduled to come online from 2021 to 2024. China currently has the third most nuclear power of any country. They are behind the USA which has about 100 GWe and 800 TWh of nuclear power and France which has about 62 GWe and 382 TWh of nuclear
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