14 Jun 2021 04:50PMShare this contentBookmarkPARIS: French power group EDF said on Monday it had been informed of the increase in the concentration of certain noble gases in the primary circuit of reactor no 1 of the Taishan nuclear power plant in China and was providing its expertise.
The Taishan nuclear power plant belongs to and is operated by TNPJVC, a joint-venture of CGN (70per cent) and EDF (30per cent).Advertisement(Reporting by Dominique Vidalon, Editing by Sarah White) Read more: CNA »
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