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The shin-Kori nuclear power station in South Korea. South Korea’s Shin-Kori-4 nuclear power unit began commercial operations on 29 August, the country’s nuclear operator said.
The 1,340-MW (net) APR-1400 plant, near the southeastern city of Busan, can operate for 60 years and will generate about 12% of the electricity used in the country’s southeastern cities, the Korea Hydro and Nuclear Company said in a statement.
Shin-Kori-4 is the second South Korea-designed APR 1400 model to begin supplying electricity to the grid. The first was Shin-Kori-3, which began commercial operation in December 2016.
- Source: Nucnet
- Date: Wednesday, 04 September 2019
- Original article: nucnet.org/news/shin-kori-4-becomes-second-apr-1400-to-begin-commercial-operation-9-2-2019