Kashiwazaki-Kariwa Nuclear Power Plant, Japan
Kashiwazаki-Kariwa Nuclear Power Plant, located in Kashiwazаki and Kariwa, Japan, has the production capacity of 8212 MWh, which makes it as the largest nuclear power station in the world. It was commissioned on September 18, 1985.
Uljin Nuclear Power Plant, South Korea
Uljin Nuclear Power Plant is located in Gyeongsаngbuk, South Korea and is listed as the second largest nuclear power station due its capacity of 6157 MWh. It was commissioned in 1988.
Yonggwang Atomic Energy Plant, Yonggwang, South Korea
Yonggwаng Atomic Energy Plant, also known as Hanbit Nuclear Power Plant, is located in southwestern Jeollanаm, South Korea and has the capacity of 6137 MWh, which makes it the third largest nuclear power station in the world. It was commissioned in 1986.
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Zaporizhzhia Atomic Energy Plant, Enerhodar, Ukraine
Zаporizhzhia Atomic Energy Plant, the fourth largest nuclear power station, which was commissioned in 1985, is located in Ukraine and has the production capacity of 6000 MWh.
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Gravelines Nuclear Power Plant, Gravelines, France
Grаvelines Nuclear Power Plant, commissioned on March 13, 1980, ranks as the fifth largest nuclear power station in the world due to its production capacity of 5706 MWh. This power station is located in Nord, France.
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Paluel Nuclear Power Plant, Normandy, France
Pаluel Nuclear Power Plant is also located in France and was commissioned on June 22, 1984. With the production capacity of 5528 MWh, it is the sixth largest nuclear power station in the world.
Cattenom Nuclear Power Plant, Cattenom, France
Cаttenom Nuclear Power Plant is located on the border of France and Germany and is known as the seventh largest nuclear power station in the world, due to a production capacity of 5400 MWh. It was commissioned on November 13, 1986.
Bruce Nuclear Power Plant, Inverhuron & Tiverton, Canada
Bruce Nuclear Power Plant, located in Inverhurоn & Tiverton, is the eighth largest nuclear power station in the world with the production capacity of 5090 MWh. It was commissioned in 1977.
Oi, Fukui, Japan
The Оi power plant is located in Fukаi, Japan, and is known as the ninth largest nuclear power station in the world with a production capacity of 4710 MWh. It was commissioned on March 27, 1979.
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Fukushima Daiichi, Okuma, Japan
The Fukushimа Daiichi power plant, with a production capacity of 4696 MWh, ranks as the tenth largest nuclear power station in the world. It is located in Okuma state of Japan and was commissioned on March 26, 1971.
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