Nuclear project approvals set to resume in China

In 2011, the power consumption of China reached 4,692.8 billion kWh, up 11.7% on 2010, according to data released by the State Energy Bureau. On the other hand, the shortage of installed capacity of electric power was estimated at 30 million kW in 2011, a gap forecasted to grow to 50 million kW in 2...

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