Changjiang Nuclear Power Plant From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia Changjiang Nuclear Power Plant (Chinese: 昌江核电站) is a nuclear power plant in Tangxing Village of Haiwei Township, Changjiang Li Autonomous County in the province of Hainan. It is the first power plant of its kind in the province.
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From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia Not to be confused with Taishan Nuclear Power Plant. The Qinshan Nuclear Power Plant (秦山核电站) is a multi-unit nuclear power plant in Qinshan Town, Haiyan County, in Jiaxing, Zhejiang province, China.
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A nuclear reactor, formerly known as an atomic pile, is a device used to initiate and control a fission nuclear chain reaction or nuclear fusion reactions. Nuclear reactors are used at nuclear power plants for electricity generation and in nuclear marine propulsion.
Station Location Coordinates Capacity ()Reactors Notes Changjiang Nuclear Power Plant: Changjiang, Hainan: 1,300: 2: Daya Bay Nuclear Power Plant (大亚湾核电站): Longgang District, Shenzhen, Guangdong Province
The plant is owned by CNNC Guodian Zhangzhou Energy Co. Ltd., established in November 2011, which is owned by China National Nuclear Corporation (51%) and China Guodian Corporation (49%). CNNC originally planned to have AP1000 light water reactors, but later changed plans to the Hualong One design.
The reactor can use 5% enriched uranium oxide fuel, reprocessed uranium fuel or 100% mixed uranium plutonium oxide fuel. The EPR is the evolutionary descendant of the Framatome N4 and Siemens Power Generation Division "Konvoi " reactors. Siemens ceased its nuclear activities in 2011.