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CNNC has 22 units in operation and 6 units under construction by the end of 2019, which have generated 136.2 billion kilowatt hours in 2019 with paramount operating performance.MORE
The No. 2 reactor of Shidaowan Nuclear Power Plant, the world's first industrial-scale demonstration plant with a high-temperature gas-cooled reactor (HTGR) with a pebble-bed module, reached its first criticality on Nov 11.
Unit 3 of the Karachi nuclear power plant in Pakistan completed hot functional testing on Nov 4 ahead of schedule.
On Nov 5, the first day of the Fourth China International Import Expo (CIIE), the China National Nuclear Corporation (CNNC) held a concentrated trade sub-mission signing ceremony.
The first criticality was achieved in China's high-temperature gas-cooled reactor (HTGR) nuclear power demonstration project in Rongcheng, East China's Shandong province, on September 12.
Unit 2 of the Karachi nuclear power plant (K-2) in Pakistan was officially put into commercial operation on May 20, local time.
The first overseas Hualong One (HPR1000) nuclear unit — Unit 2 of the Karachi nuclear power plant in Pakistan — was successfully connected to the power network for the first time on March 18 local time.
Unit 5 of China's Fuqing Nuclear Power Plant, the world's first demonstration project to adopt China's indigenous Generation III nuclear power technology Hualong One, also known as HPR1000, was put into commercial operation.
The "Design Specification for Primary Circuit Coolant System Equipment and Pipeline Insulation Layer of Pressurized Water Reactor Nuclear Power Plants" declared by China National Nuclear Corporation (CNNC) successfully passed the final vote of ISO on Oct 12.
Unit 5 at Tianwan nuclear power plant, developed by China National Nuclear Corporation (CNNC) -- located in Lianyungang in East China’s Jiangsu province -- was successfully connected to the grid for the first time on Aug 8, according to CNNC officials.
The No 3 unit of the Chashma nuclear power plant in Pakistan, built by the China National Nuclear Corporation, passed its final acceptance on Dec 6 (local time). They said it was the result of common effort made by CNNC staff who have spent years in Pakistan.