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  1. The Taishan Nuclear Power Plant (Chinese: 台山核电站; pinyin: Táishān Hédiànzhàn) is a nuclear power plant in Taishan, Guangdong province, China. The plant features two operational EPR reactors .

    • Operational
    • China
    • 50.2 billion yuan (US$7.5 billion)
  2. Geography Taishan is in the Pearl River Delta, in southwestern Jiangmen Prefecture. It has 95 islands and islets, including Shangchuan Island, Guangdong's largest island now that Hainan is a separate province. Taishan is one of Guangdong's "Four Counties" ( Sze Yup ), which excluded Heshan and is now part of the Greater Taishan Region . Climate

    • 750
    • China
    • 529200 - 529267
    • Guangdong
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  4. Guohua Taishan Power Station ( simplified Chinese : 国华台山发电厂; traditional Chinese : 國華台山發電廠; pinyin : Guóhuá Táishān Fādiànchǎng) is a coal-fired power station in Taishan, Jiangmen, Guangdong, China. With an installed capacity of 5,000 MW, it is the 7th largest coal-fired power station in the world.

    • Operational
    • China
    • 5 X 600 MW, 2 X 1,000 MW
    • Guangdong
  5. en.wikipedia.org › wiki › Mount_TaiMount Tai - Wikipedia

    Mount Tai (Chinese: 泰山; pinyin: Tài Shān) is a mountain of historical and cultural significance located north of the city of Tai'an. It is the highest point in Shandong province, China. The tallest peak is the Jade Emperor Peak ( simplified Chinese : 玉 皇 顶 ; traditional Chinese : 玉 皇 頂 ; pinyin : Yùhuáng Dǐng ), which is ...

    • Cable Car
    • 1,505 m (4,938 ft)
    • 1,532.7 m (5,029 ft)
    • Cambrian
  6. The Tai'an Pumped Storage Power Station is a 1,000 MW pumped-storage hydroelectric power station located in the city of Tai'an in Shandong Province, China. Construction on the project began in February 2000 and the upper reservoir began to fill in May 2005. The four generators were commissioned between December 2005 and August 2007.

  7. Geography Area: 19.16 km 2 Population: 77,169 people (February 2023) Taishan borders Wugu, Linkou, and Xinzhuang districts of New Taipei City, as well as Guishan District of Taoyuan City . Infrastructures Fu Jen Catholic University Hospital Government agencies Freeway Bureau Education Higher education Lee-Ming Institute of Technology

  8. The Yangjiang Nuclear Power Station ( YNPS; Chinese: 阳江核电站; pinyin: Yángjiāng Hédiànzhàn) is a nuclear power plant in Guangdong province, China. The site is Dongping Town, Yangjiang City in western Guangdong Province. [8] The station has six 1,000 megawatt (MW) CPR-1000 pressurized water reactors (PWRs). [9]