China aims to dominate global nuclear energy with 150 reactors by 2035

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China indeed has ambitious plans for nuclear power expansion. According to a report by the Information Technology & Innovation Foundation (ITIF), China intends to construct 150 new nuclear reactors between 2020 and 2035. Currently, China has 27 reactors under construction, which is more than two and a half times the number of any other country. Their goal is to build 6 to 8 new nuclear power plants annually for the foreseeable future, with projections indicating that China will surpass the United States in nuclear-generated electricity by 20301This significant investment reflects China’s commitment to nuclear energy as part of its comprehensive national strategy, which includes state financing, supportive policies, and streamlined regulatory processes.

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