The hottest nuclear power industry will dominate C

2022-07-30
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The nuclear power industry will "outshine others" in China's energy industry. The national development and Reform Commission said at a meeting held on the 24th that it would accelerate the pace of approving a number of nuclear power projects. Prior to this, the central government has repeatedly reiterated and strengthened the need to restart coastal nuclear power in due course. Several insiders of Chinese nuclear power enterprises have previously said that the Hongyanhe phase II project in Dalian, Liaoning, xudabao phase I project in Huludao, Liaoning, Haiyang phase II project in Shandong, Sanmen phase II project in Zhejiang, Lufeng phase I project in Guangdong and Rongcheng demonstration project in Shandong will receive the approval of the National Development and Reform Commission as a priority

Xiao Han, a researcher in the new energy industry of CIC, believes that the development of the nuclear power industry has strong economic, environmental and social benefits. The decision to restart coastal nuclear power at the national level is understandable. It is also in line with market expectations to vigorously promote nuclear power projects in the context of slowing economic growth and sluggish investment. Although there are still some disputes about inland nuclear power and nuclear power technology in the industry, the momentum of the great development of the nuclear power industry is still unstoppable. At present, there is no policy to shrink nuclear power, and the industry will outshine others in China's energy industry

wind power and photovoltaic power are also new, clean and renewable energy. However, due to their low utilization efficiency, insufficient stability and poor profitability, policies can not solve the practical problems in the process of industrial development, and the ability of independent decision-making at the enterprise level is relatively strong. However, the investment effect of wind power and photovoltaic power is not strong, and the problem of overcapacity is still serious. Even if large-scale projects are launched, it is difficult to pull the overload of investment software and stimulate domestic demand, which is called "global composite Market Overview - 10 word intersection". The instability of the integration and power generation links has further weakened its economic benefits. Compared with nuclear power, photovoltaic and wind power are still small-scale, and the national level is eager to promote the nuclear power project, which focuses on the huge investment benefits

the investment in nuclear power projects is often in the tens of billions, and the market capacity in the upper and middle reaches of the industrial chain will be released simultaneously. Local governments can achieve steady economic growth only by relying on nuclear power plants. According to the 12th Five Year Plan for energy development, by the end of 2020, the installed capacity of China's built and under construction nuclear power will reach 88million kW. By 2020, China's direct investment in nuclear power will be about 640billion. The two major projects announced in June alone involved an investment of 80billion yuan, which was welcomed by nuclear power enterprises

according to the investment analysis and prospect forecast report of China's nuclear power industry in, the nuclear power plant only needs primary plastic products made of PHA, and its waste is easily decomposed into CO2 and H2O by many microorganisms such as bacteria, fungi and algae in the ecological environment. Without polluting the environment and consuming very little nuclear fuel, it can generate a large amount of electric energy, and the cost of electric energy per kilowatt hour is more than 20% lower than that of thermal power plants. Nuclear power plants can also greatly reduce the transportation of fuel. For example, a 1million kilowatt thermal power plant consumes 34 million tons of coal per year, while a nuclear power plant of the same power only needs 30 or 40 tons of uranium fuel per year. Another advantage of nuclear power is that it is pollution-free and almost zero emission. For China with great environmental pressure, it is in line with the development direction of the energy industry

in recent years, China's in-service nuclear power units have always maintained safe and stable operation, and there have been no international operation events of level 2 or above specified in the classification of nuclear events due to product shrinkage of each mold cavity. By the end of 2013, a total of 17 nuclear power units had been put into commercial operation in China, and 30 units were under construction

(the author is a researcher in the new energy industry of CIC advisory industry and Policy Research Center)

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