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    UAE launches commercial operations of first Arab nuclear plant


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    The UAE’s first nuclear power plant has started its commercial operations, the gulf state’s officials announced yesterday.

    “The start of commercial operations at the Barakah Nuclear Energy Plant is a historic milestone for the UAE that significantly enhances the sustainability of our entire power sector,” Crown Prince of Abu Dhabi, Mohammed Bin Zayed Al-Nahyan, said on Twitter, describing the move as an “Arab historic milestone”.

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    In a similar context, the UAE’s Vice President and Prime Minister, Mohammed Bin Rashid Al-Maktoum, described the move as a “landmark phase.”

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    “The first megawatt from the first Arab nuclear plant has entered the national power grid,” Al-Makhtoum said on Twitter.

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    Barakah was reported to have been built by a consortium led by the Korea Electric Power Corporation at a cost of some $24.4 billion.

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