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New nuclear reactor in China connects to the grid

Unit 1 of the Yangjiang nuclear power plant in China was connected to the power grid Dec. 31.

According to Business Standard, the unit is expected to begin commercial operations in the next few months and cost about 73.2 billion yuan ($12.1 billion). Plans for the plant include six units that will enter commercial operations by January 2019, the article said.

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