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Dayawan becomes China's largest nuclear power base

(People's Daily Overseas Edition)

15:23, August 08, 2011

Photo shows the exterior of the second generating unit of Ling'ao Nuclear Power Station. The second generating unit of the second phase of Ling'ao Nuclear Power Station in Dayawan, Shenzhen of southern China's Guangdong Province officially went into commercial operation on Aug. 7 bringing the number of nuclear generating units currently under operation from five to six in Dayawan Nuclear Power Base. With installed capacity totaling 6.1 million kilowatts and annual power capacity over 45 billion kilowatts, it has become the largest nuclear power base in China.


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