Korea Nuclear Fuel

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Korea Nuclear Fuel Company
한전원자력연료주식회사
Public
IndustryNuclear power
Founded1982 (1982)
Headquarters,
Key people
Lee Jong-cheol (이종철): President & CEO[1]
ProductsNuclear fuel
Number of employees
696 (2008)[2]
Korean name
Hangul
Hanja
Revised RomanizationHanjeon Wonjaryeong Yeollyo
McCune–ReischauerHanjŏn Wŏnjaryŏng Yŏllyo
Websitewww.knfc.co.kr

Korea Nuclear Fuel or KNF is a South Korean public enterprise established in 1982 to provide nuclear fuel. It provides nuclear fuels to 20 nuclear power plants in South Korea. The price of the nuclear fuel provided by the company accounts for 60% of the average international price.[1]

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