CNNCChina National Nuclear Corporation
CNNCCentral Northside Neighborhood Council (Pittsburgh, PA)
CNNCCenter for Nanotubes and Nanostructured Composites (South Korea)
CNNCCalifornia Neighborhood Networks Consortium, Inc.
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With northern China still relying on "centralised" heating systems, a DHR in every city could be an ideal solution, said Cheng Huiping, a CNNC technical committee member.
CNNC said, "This is another important initiative of China National Nuclear Corporation in implementing the 'One Belt, One Road' strategy and strengthening cooperation with ASEAN countries in international production capacity, laying a solid foundation for follow-up cooperation between the two countries.
PAEC says that Pakistan has agreed with CNNC to provide lifetime fuel supply for the reactors, this being specified as 60 years.
China National Nuclear Power, a CNNC subsidiary, currently has 14 nuclear reactors in operation, with 11 under construction in China.
Kazakhstan has been actively involved in cooperation with largest Chinese nuclear companies, such as CNNC and CGNPC.
The sale of the minority stake to CNNC will enable Paladin to re-affirm plans to reign in corporate debt while also providing Langer Heinrich access to the Chinese nuclear energy market, Paladin said.
The second unit is Chashma-I (CHASNUPP 1) in Punjab province in the north, which is a 325 MWe two-loop pressurised water reactor (PWR) supplied by China's CNNC under safeguards with its life span of 40 years.
CNNC will buy a stake in the Langer Heinrich mine in Namibia from Paladin Energy Ltd, the Australian company.
CNNC bought the shares of the Langer Heinrich operations in Namibia for $190 million from Australian uranium producer Paladin Energy on Monday.
The framework agreement expected establishment of the joint venture, which will develop 500 MW distributed generation solar projects across China, 200 MW of which will be installed on sites to be provided by CNNC or its subsidiaries.
M2 EQUITYBITES-December 9, 2013-Areva, CNNC to study zirconium alloy JV
9-billion-euro) deal involving Chinese nuclear firms CGN and CNNC to build Britain's first nuclear plant in a generation, along with French energy giant EDF.