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  1. Floating nuclear power: will China pave the way?
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  3. Does nuclear power have a future in South Korea?
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Floating nuclear power: will China pave the way?

China has announced that the country’s first offshore nuclear reactors are almost finished, and will be deployed in the disputed South China Sea by 2020. What are the benefits of moving nuclear offshore and, crucially, what are the risks?

Future Power Technology – Issue 96

In this issue: Japanese microgrids building resilience, offshore nuclear, changing energy supply models, smart energy resources, the reality of 100% renewable, nuclear energy in South Korea, and more

Does nuclear power have a future in South Korea?

Nuclear power currently provides a third of energy demand in South Korea, but opinions are shifting. In 2017, President Moon launched government polls to gauge support for a phase out plan, but with results seemingly showing both a desire to reduce dependence and a will to press on with current builds, the question of whether South Korea will go ahead with a full German-style energy transition is very much up in the air.

Race Bank Offshore Windfarm

The 580MW Race Bank, developed by Ørsted (formally DONG Energy), is located in the Greater Wash region, approximately 27km off the UK east coast.

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