Iran selects sites for new nuclear plants, discovers more uranium
- Iran: Sunday, February 24 - 2013 at 04:32
Iran's Atomic Energy Organisation has selected 16 locations to build nuclear power plants as part of a plan to generate 20,000 megawatts of electricity at multiple sites over the next 15 years, the Associated Press has reported. The sites were chosen in part for their resistance to earthquakes and military air strikes, the organisation said. Meanwhile, the government has said it has discovered new uranium resources in the country that will put its reserves at 4,400 tonnes, compared with 1,527 tonnes three decades ago.
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