A pair of Chinese companies are planning to build a solar plant in one of the scariest places in the world: the exclusion zone around the damaged Chernobyl nuclear reactor. Radiation from the 1986 meltdown is spread unevenly throughout The Zone, leading to government calls for population resettlement and renewed agriculture in regions deemed safe. As Reuters now reports, it also appears that Ukraine, with the help from two Chinese firms, would like to see the region start producing energy again, albeit in the form of something a bit… safer.
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