RUS | ENG | All
Enter the email or login, that you used for registration.
If you do not remember your password, simply leave this field blank and you will receive a new, along with a link to activate.

Not registered yet?
Welcome!

2019-11-06 12:45:00

CHINA'S NUCLEAR UP 23%

CHINA'S NUCLEAR UP 23%

REUTERS - China's 47 nuclear reactors generated a total of 253.5 billion kilowatt hours of power in the first three quarters of 2019, up 22.75% compared to a year earlier, the country's nuclear industry association said.

In its third quarterly report published on Thursday, the China Nuclear Energy Association (CNEA) said China's nuclear power sector was responsible for 4.8% of China's total electricity supply over the period, up from 4.1% in the same period of last year.

It said utilisation rates at its reactors stood at an average of 92.35% over the…

Log in to read the publication.

An authorized user gets access to four FREE publications per month.

You can also buy a full access to all publications of the site since January 2014.

Get full access:

Earlier:

CHINA'S NUCLEAR UP 23%
2019, October, 30, 09:40:00
CLIMATE NEED NUCLEAR
Renewable energy must join forces with nuclear to secure a low-carbon future
CHINA'S NUCLEAR UP 23%
2019, October, 25, 08:50:00
CLEAN NUCLEAR POWER
Globally, nuclear power is a leading source of clean electricity today - second only to hydro - but many nuclear power plants in advanced economies are facing retirement as they approach the end of their original 40-year design lifetime, Birol said. Without additional lifetime extensions or new projects, nuclear capacity in advanced economies - primarily in the USA, the EU and Japan - would decline by two-thirds by 2040, substantially as a result of political issues and inadequate market design, he added.
CHINA'S NUCLEAR UP 23%
2019, October, 18, 11:35:00
NUCLEAR POWER FOR CLIMATE
“I’m worried about the decline of nuclear in the energy mix if governments don’t change their policies,” Birol said referring to new capacity and lifespan extensions.
All Publications »
Tags: CHINA, NUCLEAR
Chronicle:
CHINA'S NUCLEAR UP 23%
2020, September, 28, 11:44:00
TANK FARMS AND OIL TERMINALS IN RUSSIA, CONFERENCE AND EXIBITION
We are glad to announce that the 15th Technical Conference Tank Farms and Oil Terminals: from Advanced Design to Operational Excellence 2020 is now open. The event will take place on 12-13 November 2020, in Saint-Petersburg.
CHINA'S NUCLEAR UP 23%
2020, September, 28, 11:40:00
CHINA'S CARBON NEUTRALITY 2060
Official greenhouse gas measurements place China as the world’s largest emitter, at almost 12,500 million tonnes a year,
CHINA'S NUCLEAR UP 23%
2020, September, 28, 11:35:00
VIRTUAL POWER PLANTS FOR CONSUMERS
Now, electric grids are increasingly decentralizing, giving rise to cloud-based systems that pool resources to meet fluctuating consumer demand.
CHINA'S NUCLEAR UP 23%
2020, September, 28, 11:30:00
U.S. RIGS UP 6 TO 261
U.S. Rig Count is up 6 from last week to 261, Canada Rig Count is up 7 from last week to 71
CHINA'S NUCLEAR UP 23%
2020, September, 25, 13:20:00
OIL PRICE: NEAR $42
Brent was up 30 cents at $42.24 a barrel, WTI rose 23 cents to $40.54 a barrel.
CHINA'S NUCLEAR UP 23%
2020, September, 25, 13:15:00
U.S. GAS CONSUMPTION DOWN
Natural gas consumption in the U.S. industrial sector declined from 25.4 billion cubic feet per day (Bcf/d) in January 2020 to 20.1 Bcf/d in June 2020,
CHINA'S NUCLEAR UP 23%
2020, September, 25, 13:10:00
CHINA LNG IMPORTS UP
China LNG imports are set to hit a record 65-67 million tonnes this year
All Publications »