Ever since China's encounter with India, China has been making many possible efforts to defeat India. In which it is continuously failing. But despite all this, China is not learning lesson. If we talk about now, China is going to build six to eight nuclear reactors between 2020 and 2025 for the next five years. Citing the country's nuclear union, China Daily said in its statement on Thursday that, compared to May, China will increase its current capacity by 43.5 percent to 70 GW (Gigawatts).
Let us tell you that the Nuclear Energy Association of China has said that the total nuclear capacity of the country is expected to be 52 GW by the end of 2020, which is less than the target of 58 GW, but soon it will be back on track. And by the year 2035 there will be a capacity of operating about 200 GW. At the same time, China's nuclear power ambitions are having a major impact on the delays caused by the use of poor technology in already major projects, along with a four-year moratorium on new projects after the 2011 Fukushima disaster in Japan.
The same government officials said that the outbreak of Coronavirus in April has no effect on the nuclear industry. However, no new reactors have been assigned this year. According to data from the National Energy Administration, six new reactors were allowed in 2019. China's nuclear capacity stood at 48.8 GW at the end of May, which is 2.5 percent of its total production capacity. China has prepared for the coming five years. But it remains to be seen whether these plans of China succeed or not.