EDF declares first Taishan nuclear plant to be completed end 2015

30/01/2015 00:18 Electricity Market

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French utility EDF anticipates the first of two nuclear reactors under construction in China, which have been issue to frequent postponements, to be finished at the end of this year.

EDF and Chinese utility China General Nuclear (CGN) are in a 30-70 joint venture to construct two 1650 megawatt European pressurised reactors (EPRs) projected by Areva in Taishan. According to analysts, CGN desires to see minimum one EPR up and operating before commanding more. At the end of 2013, when EDF inked the agreement, it declared CGN and CNNC would get a joint 30-40 percent stake.

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