Despite safety concerns, China has made the right decision to re-start
construction of nuclear reactors. Boosting the nation's energy supply
remains pivotal for sustaining long-term economic developments in the
country. Moratorium no more for nuclear power ...
Several years ago I had the privilege of visiting Nagasaki, Japan,
where the second (and hopefully the last) nuclear bomb was dropped in
anger at the end of the SecondWorld War. The visit left a lasting
impression on me of the destructive power of such ...
By Richard Johnson. More than eighteen months after the Fukushima
nuclear disaster in March 2011 in Japan, China continues to exercise
caution in returning to building new nuclear power plants. After an
executive meeting, the State Council or China's ...
?by Wei Tian. BEIJING, Oct. 28 (Xinhuanet) — China is to provide
technical support for the first time in the building of a
third-generation nuclear power plant in the United States. State Nuclear
Power Technology Corp Ltd said on Friday that it had signed a ...