China has resumed construction on a "fourth generation" nuclear power plant, suspended after the 2011 Fukushima disaster, which will be its biggest-ever nuclear facility, state media said on Saturday.
This file photo shows Qinshan Nuclear Power Plant on the outskirts of Hangzhou, in China's southeast Zhejiang province, pictured on June 10, 2005. There are 15 operational commercial nuclear reactors in China, which has ambitious plans to expand its nuclear industry, with 27 reactors under construction near coastal areas, according to the World Nuclear Association.
Construction on the coastal Shidao Bay nuclear plant in Rongcheng, a city in eastern China's Shandong province, resumed last month, the state-run China Internet Information Center reported, adding that the plant is "China's biggest planned nuclear project".
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