Pakistani Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif on Tuesday launched the construction of the country's biggest atomic power plant and vowed to pursue further projects to make nuclear the largest energy source.
What does APP stand for?
APP stands for Atomic Power Plant
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China Power Investment Corporation is China s largest power creation organisation, which operates one of the three atomic power plants in China, prepares and finances these plants.
Geological studies have been conducted in various regions of the country for the construction of new atomic power plants.
His new administration also faces souring relations with China and a complex debate over whether resource-poor Japan should wean itself off nuclear energy after last year's earthquake and tsunami caused a meltdown at an atomic power plant.
THE International Atomic Energy Agency ( IAEA) has kicked up a controversy in Rajasthan after it gave a clean chit to the Rajasthan Atomic Power Plant ( RAPP) in Rawatbhata, ignoring the fact that there was heavy tritium leak in unit 6 of the plant early this year.
| TOKYO, Oct 2 (KUNA) -- Two nuclear reactors at two separate atomic power plants in South Korea stopped operation due to technical problems, with no risk of radiation leak at either site, Yonhap News Agency reported on Tuesday.
Elaborating on the choice of Australia as a major nuclear power plant fuel supplier, Shaikh Abdullah said: "Australia has huge reserves of uranium to fulfil and meet the UAE's demands for its atomic power plant.
Tokyo, Dec 19 (ANI): Japan is prepping to tighten laws and regulations related to atomic power plants, obliging operators of existing reactors to comply with the latest safety requirements, government sources have said.