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China To Build 60 New Nuclear Power Plants In The Next Decade. Is The US Falling Behind?  

China plans to spend $570 billion building more than 60 nuclear power plants over the next decade, which has energy experts worried the U.S. could be left behind on nuclear power.

China’s new nuclear plan, released Tuesday, calls for more than doubling its current nuclear fleet of 30 operational nuclear reactors, and goes far beyond the 21 reactors it already had under construction.

“What’s alarming about it is how much larger China’s ambitions are than those of the U.S.,” Rich Powell, managing director for strategy at the conservative ClearPath Foundation, told The Daily Caller News Foundation.

“Optimistically, we have 5 new reactors in the next decade, and they have 60,” Powell said. “This is very much in line with commitments China has made in the Paris Climate agreement. Obviously, they need nuclear power if they want to do that in a practical way.”

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