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Russia and China building nuclear power plant alliances (Nikkei Asian Review, Tomoyo Ogawa) Japan
14.Aug.2018
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Nikkei Asian News, Tomoyo Ogawa: Russia accounts for 67% of the world's nuclear plant deals currently in development. By 2030, Rosatom aims to increase its overseas sales to two-thirds of total sales, from 50% currently. Russia is looking to expand its influence through nuclear diplomacy, vying with China for the status of nuclear energy superpower. China is adding nuclear power as fast as possible and will compete globally in the future. The United States is under the thumb of anti-nuclear organizations and go along media and elected officials. California wants to employ mostly wind and solar power. Richard McPherson, member of the Board of Advisors for EFN-USA reported this story.

Shanghai, China is not running over 70% on wind and solar like California will be. It will prosper. Shanghai, China is not running over 70% on wind and solar like California will be. It will prosper.
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