China: Accelerating Newbuild to Meet Security, Climate Goals

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China is visibly accelerating its nuclear power program as the threat to energy security intensifies amid persistently high fuel prices and increasingly frequent power crunches precipitated by extreme weather. This acceleration could see China become the world's leading nuclear power producer as early as 2030 — a feat requiring it to roughly double its currently installed capacity.

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