土耳其准备兴建第二座核电站 | 德国之声 来自德国 介绍德国 | DW | 04.05.2013
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土耳其准备兴建第二座核电站

Japan's Prime Minister Shinzo Abe shakes hands with Turkey's Prime Minister Tayyip Erdogan (R) during a signing ceremony in Ankara May 3, 2013. Turkey signed an agreement with Japan on Friday for a Japanese-French consortium to build the country's second nuclear power plant in a project with an estimated cost of $22 billion, sources said. The consortium is made up of Japan's Mitsubishi Heavy Industries Ltd, Itochu Corporation and French GDF Suez, which will operate the 4,800 megawatt (MW) plant set to be located in the Black Sea coast city of Sinop. REUTERS --- eingestellt von: haz

Abe - Erdogan

一个日本和法国联合组成的企业联盟准备为土耳其建造该国第二座核电站。土耳其总理埃尔多安(Tayyip Erdogan)以及日本首相安倍晋三签署了这一价值220亿美金的建设协议。这一总装机容量达4800兆瓦的核电站将建在黑海海岸城市锡诺普。土耳其希望借此能够减少对外国能源输送的依赖。经济飞速发展的土耳其目前有97%的能源消耗需要进口。