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NE Colloquium- China Nuclear Power Industry – A Comparative Study
Join the Nuclear Engineering Department, and the Institute of East Asian Studies at UC Berkeley for a comparative look at China's nuclear industry, by Jun Li, Wharton School University of Penn.
China’s nuclear industry has been moving forward very slowly until now. Under the growing international pressure on China’s emission coupled with the domestic concern of energy security, has it has become the new national policy to accelerate the development of nuclear power, leading to the phenomenal change in China’s nuclear market as well as its nuclear industry. This presentation will talk about the past, present and future of the China nuclear market and industry, as well as the comparison against its counterparts in the US, Japan, France and South Korea.
The event will take place on November 22, from 4.00 to 5.00pm.
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