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These are the countries with the most nuclear reactors

'33 countries currently run nuclear power reactors, but only 14 are listed as still actively pursuing the technology' Image: REUTERS/Eva Manez

Katharina Buchholz

Data Journalist, Statista

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This chart shows the number of operational nuclear reactor units by country in 2021 and change since 2011.
Japan has lost 39 nuclear reactors in recent years. Image: World Nuclear Industry Status Report 2021
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