Kazakhstan: Creating a Nuclear Power Option

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Kazakhstan's energy planners are revisiting plans to build a midsized power reactor as the government looks to replace an aging power infrastructure and achieve carbon neutrality by 2060. No major new generation capacity has been built for 30 years, so Nur-Sultan is understandably eager to at least build out an option for Kazakh nuclear power.

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