China: Nuclear District Heating Gains Traction in 'Clean Heating' Push

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China kickstarts nuclear power plant, Hongyanhe
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The use of nuclear power for district heating is gaining traction in China under Beijing’s push for “clean heating” — especially in pollution-prone northern regions. The Hongyanhe plant in the northeastern Liaoning province is poised to become the country's third nuclear plant to cogenerate heat for local residents, joining existing nuclear cogeneration projects in Haiyang in Shandong province and Qinshan in Zhejiang.

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