Chinese Nuclear Plant Moves Closer to Start, Westinghouse Says

  • U.S. company expects fuel to be loaded in reactor this year
  • Westinghouse sees nuclear opportunities in Australia, Turkey

A model of the AP1000 reactor.

Photographer: SeongJoon Cho/Bloomberg

Westinghouse Electric Co. expects to put fuel into its first nuclear plant in China this year as it moves closer to start up and vies for a share of a market that may see $1 trillion in spending to boost production through 2050.

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