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Ma Xingrui was interviewed by the International Atomic Energy Agency

Ma Xingrui was interviewed by the International Atomic Energy Agency

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  • Origin:IAEA website
  • Time of issue:2012-04-22 14:33
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(Summary description)On April 22, 2013, Ma Xingrui, Vice Minister of the Ministry of Industry and Information Technology and Director of the National Atomic Energy Agency, accepted an interview with the International Atomic Energy Agency in Beijing, and answered questions from reporters on the current situation and prospects of China's nuclear energy development, the fulfillment of international obligations, and the development of international cooperation. .

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Ma Xingrui was interviewed by the International Atomic Energy Agency

(Summary description)On April 22, 2013, Ma Xingrui, Vice Minister of the Ministry of Industry and Information Technology and Director of the National Atomic Energy Agency, accepted an interview with the International Atomic Energy Agency in Beijing, and answered questions from reporters on the current situation and prospects of China's nuclear energy development, the fulfillment of international obligations, and the development of international cooperation. .

  • Categories:Industry news
  • Author:
  • Origin:IAEA website
  • Time of issue:2012-04-22 14:33
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On April 22, 2013, Ma Xingrui, Vice Minister of the Ministry of Industry and Information Technology and Director of the National Atomic Energy Agency, accepted an interview with the International Atomic Energy Agency in Beijing, and answered questions from reporters on the current situation and prospects of China's nuclear energy development, the fulfillment of international obligations, and the development of international cooperation. .

 

  Ma Xingrui first briefly introduced the current status of nuclear power development in China. There are currently 16 nuclear power units in operation in mainland China, with a total installed capacity of 13.61 million kilowatts; 29 nuclear power units under construction with a total installed capacity of 31.64 million kilowatts, ranking first in the world in scale of nuclear power units under construction. But at present China's nuclear power only accounts for 2% of the country's total power generation, far below the world average of 17%. Therefore, China's nuclear power still has a lot of room for development. 70% of China's electricity comes from coal-fired power, and fossil fuels such as coal, oil, and natural gas account for up to 90% of the total primary energy consumption, putting a lot of pressure on the environment. In order to protect the ecological environment and build an energy-saving, low-carbon and ecologically civilized society, the Chinese government is gradually adjusting and optimizing the energy structure in order to build a more secure, stable, economical and clean energy system. After the Fukushima nuclear accident, the Chinese government readjusted its nuclear power development plan, further improved government management, made every effort to promote technological innovation, and increased international cooperation to ensure the safety and stability of nuclear power. China has full confidence in the future development of nuclear power. 

 

  Ma Xingrui affirmed the important contribution the IAEA has made to preventing the proliferation of nuclear weapons and maintaining world peace. He said that China has always supported the international community's efforts in nuclear non-proliferation and the IAEA's nuclear safeguards activities. China has now joined the major international non-proliferation mechanisms, and has established a complete domestic nuclear material and nuclear export control system. As a responsible major country, China will strictly abide by relevant international non-proliferation norms and fulfill corresponding obligations.  

  Finally, Ma Xingrui said that China has continuously strengthened basic research on nuclear science and the development of advanced nuclear energy technology over the years, accumulated rich experience and trained a large number of talents. On the basis of fully summarizing its own development experience and learning from international mature technologies, China has independently developed pressurized water reactor technology that meets the safety and technical and economic indicators of the third generation of nuclear power, and has made design improvements based on the experience and lessons of the Fukushima nuclear accident. China is willing to use its experience and technology in nuclear power development to provide more support to developing countries and make greater contributions to the development of nuclear energy in the world.

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