|The United States has 104 nuclear
reactors capable of about 96,000 (net) megawatts (MW) of electricity.
Overall, they produce 18.7% of the electricity in the US.
The nearest competitor in the amount of nuclear capacity is France, with 61,600 MW. France's nukes produce a whopping 76% of France's electricity. Only Lithuania has a higher percentage: 77.2%.
In the world, there are 434 nuclear reactors, with a capacity of 349,000 MW (+ 34 under construction for 27,500 more MW.)
(Data from International Atomic
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