The following is from an article in ProEdge (an investment information service aimed primarily at brokers and dealers):
"China’s plan is to add at least 70 GW to its current capacity, which at current levels would make it the largest nuclear energy producer by output (if not percentage of total energy). This will require at least 30 new reactors to be built by 2020." They should virtually all be on line by 2020.
In another article, Grace King of CHGI says that CHGI is now focussed primarily on nuclear.
As I have said here before, China's forecasted need for nuclear--at least 300,000 tons per year just for the new plants--makes it virtually impossible for China not to insure the survival and well being of CHGI. If CHGI used all its current capacity, it could service only 6 of the projected 30 new plants. I believe that eventually CHGI will not only be using all its 60,000 ton capacity for nuclear, it will have to build more capacity. The CEO has said that there is ample land to expand capacity.
The nuclear potential for CHGI is, indeed, almost unlimited. When will it start to be realized? Maybe not for two or three or five years. In the meantime? Frustration and fretting.