askWe can rest assured that Taishan is neither Chernobyl nor Fukushima. The accident at the Nuclear Power Plant No. 1 reactor did not cause radioactive materials to be released into the atmosphere. The reactor was built with the help of the China Southern Electric Power Corporation as an EPR. So why are there so many worrying questions about leaks that are not even rated on the International Nuclear Incident Severity Scale (INES)? It is precisely because it is nuclear; and that event happened in the Middle Kingdom, which is also a silent world. Transparency is still a struggle in democracies, where dominance is not as good as elsewhere.
The information was refined after being reviewed by the authorities. It is angry that the Americans have exposed this dysfunction. Via CNN TV channel. EDF has obtained technical elements; and its long-term partner China General Nuclear Power Group (CGN) claimed that the radiological situation “normal” Around the site. No need to provide all requested data.
One week after being warned of the leakage of radioactive rare gas in the cooling system, EDF is still awaiting a response to its request to urgently convene the board of directors of TNPJVC, a China General Nuclear Power-EDF joint venture that operates power plants. This company holds 30% of the shares. The French group is chasing information and no longer seems to be seen as equal partners.Time he shared with CGN The feedback is over.
The party state represented by President Xi Jinping controls the spread of urbi et orbi. Investigators from the World Health Organization experienced this in the winter: they did not obtain all the data they needed when conducting inspections in Wuhan, the epicenter of the Covid-19 pandemic. In August 2015, an explosion occurred in a warehouse of highly toxic products in Tianjin Port. According to official reports, the explosion caused 173 deaths and nearly 800 injuries. Will we get all the information one day?
The Taishan incident may be attributed to the manufacturing defects of the French Famatong factory, and China is exempted from all responsibilities. Unless China General Nuclear Power allows the reactor to continue operating according to political orders, so as not to exacerbate the power shortage in this highly industrialized area, which will worsen the known fuel rod leakage since October. In a sensitive field like nuclear, opacity fuels conspiracy. In China, the unerring dogma of the socialist model and Xi Jinping’s advocating sense of superiority to the West have amplified this point.