Wednesday, November 9, 2011

President Ma Ying-jeou Outlines Taiwan’s nuclear energy policy

'According to ROC President Ma Ying-jeou said on 3 Nov, the scheduled 40-year service period of the country’s three existing nuclear plants will not be extended, while the No. 4 plant will only begin commercial operations after heightened safety requirements are met.

The No. 1 station may even be decommissioned early if the two units at the fourth plant enter stable commercial operation before 2016. This approach is in line with Article 23 of the Basic Environment Act, which directs the government to make plans for gradually achieving the goal of becoming a nuclear-free country.'

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