- China will commit $440 billion to nuclear energy
- The country will build 150 nuclear plants in the next 15 years, and aims to be carbon neutral by 2060
In the wake of the Russo-Ukrainian conflict, nuclear energy has been revitalised as a key pathway for taping off fossil fuels. China in particular has doubled down, entrusting its energy plan for 2025 to its nuclear technology and committing to building at least 150 nuclear plants in the next 15 years. That is more than what the rest of the world has managed in the past 35 years.
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