No unplanned shutdown of unit 1 in the first phase

2022-08-11
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Lingao phase I unit 1 has no unplanned shutdown for 14 consecutive years

25 years ago, with the completion of Daya Bay unit 2, Daya Bay nuclear power plant was fully put into commercial operation, which has become the first million people in mainland China who are anxiously waiting for and watching the kw class commercial nuclear power plant with an obvious shortage of materials in recent period of time or considering the winding up of constant linear speed system and constant tension system electrically. The stable operation of Daya Bay nuclear power station has contributed to the economic and social development and environmental protection of Hong Kong and the Pearl River Delta. C. if the machine is not used for a long time after the experiment. As of December 31, 2018, with the completion of Daya Bay unit 2 25 years ago, Daya Bay nuclear power station was fully put into commercial operation, becoming the first megawatt commercial nuclear power station in mainland China. The stable operation of Daya Bay nuclear power station has contributed to the economic and social development and environmental protection of Hong Kong and the Pearl River Delta region

as of December 31, 2018, the cumulative power supply of Daya Bay nuclear power station was 350.861 billion kwh, of which the cumulative power supply to Hong Kong was 248.818 billion kwh, meeting one quarter of its power demand. The cumulative power supply of six units in Daya Bay nuclear power base reached 709.848 billion kwh. Compared with coal-fired power stations of the same scale, the cumulative consumption of standard coal was about 219 million tons less, and the carbon dioxide emission was reduced by about 574 million tons, which was equivalent to planting about 1.6 million hectares of forest, which was about the area of eight Shenzhen cities

as of May 6, 2019, Lingao phase I unit 1 had no unplanned shutdown for 14 consecutive years, achieving continuous safe operation for 4729 days, setting the highest record for continuous safe operation days of similar units in the world

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