Brazil to Build Nuclear Plants to Increase Power Output

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"Construction of the four new nuclear plants will begin only after a thorough security revision of the two plants currently in operation."

Energy Business Review

Brazil's energy minister Edison Lobao has unveiled plans to construct four more nuclear plants to increase its nuclear power generation capacity in the country.

Currently, Brazil has two nuclear plants in operation which includes the 657MW Angra I and 1350MW Angra II located at the Southern coast of Rio de Janeiro state.

Construction at the nation's third nuclear plant is still underway; the 1,300MW Angra III nuclear plant will commence operations in 2015.

Construction of the four new nuclear plants will begin only after a thorough security revision of the two plants currently in operation. . . View Full Article

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