Yangjiang Nuclear Power Station
delivered higher contributions as output increased following the commissioning of the fifth generating unit in July 2018.
China's nuclear plants, Taishan Nuclear Power Plant and Yangjiang Nuclear Power Station
, which lie in Mangkhut's destructive path are reportedly "in combat readiness," bracing for the coming disaster.
An operational event at Yangjiang Nuclear Power Station
(YNPS) was reported today (November 3) on the website of Yangjiang Nuclear Power Co Ltd (YNPC), a spokesperson for the Security Bureau said.
"The review for downgrade reflects the majority debt-funded nature of the transaction, which follows the previously announced co-investment in the 6,000 megawatt Yangjiang Nuclear Power Station
. These transactions will weaken CLPH's consolidated financial profile to a level that may not be consistent with current ratings.
The construction of the Yangjiang Nuclear Power Station
with a full installed capacity of 6 million kilowatts-started in December 2008 and is planned to be put into commercial operation in 2013.
Ling Ao Nuclear Power Station Phase II, Liaoning Hongyanhe Phase I, Yangjiang Nuclear Power Station
Phase I and Ningde Nuclear Power Station Phase I involve over 10,000 MWe of installed generating capacity, which are currently under construction.
The Yangjiang nuclear power station
is situated in Yangjiang City, in western Guangdong Province, China.
("CTEC"), established with China General Nuclear Power Corporation ("CGNPC"), was granted a new contract to commission automation control and reactor protection system for #5 and #6 units of Yangjiang Nuclear Power Station, of which including Hollysys' proprietary Distributed Control System ("HOLLiAS-N DCS") and CTEC's proprietary reactor protection system.
In the #5 and #6 units of Yangjiang Nuclear Power Station, CTEC's proprietary reactor protection system will be installed for the first time, which is a significant breakthrough for China's proprietary nuclear automation and control technology application.
The Yangjiang Nuclear Power Station in Guangdong province is funded and constructed by a consortium of power corporations led by China General Nuclear Power Corporation.