India’s new policy clears the way for India to deliver on its plan to increase electricity generation from nuclear by over 300% from 7 gigawatts (GW) today to 31 GW in 2025. And India’s nuclear energy growth accelerates from there to a planned 63 GW of power to be generated by 2032 and 270 GW by 2050, at which time nuclear would provide 25% of the country’s electricity requirements. India’s nuclear energy growth plan rivals that of China; India has 21 nuclear reactors operating and 6 under construction – and negotiations are reported to be underway for the construction of at least 12 more – on the way to achieving these ambitious targets. – See more at: http://investorintel.com/uranium-energy-intel/india-removes-major-obstacle-to-growth-of-its-nuclear-industry/#sthash.rUHjvp0F.dpuf
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