The head of China’s most influential nuclear power company will face an investigation for “alleged grave violations of discipline,” the Wall Street Journal reported. The investigation into Kang Rixin, the general manager of state-owned China National Nuclear Corp (CNNC), was announced by the Communist Party via state media. No other details were provided. Kang is CNNC’s top party official and a member of the Central Committee of the Communist Party. CNNC has been at the heart of China’s drive to boost the country’s nuclear power capacity. China currently has 11 operating nuclear reactors and plans to build another two dozen. The government is said to be considering raising its nuclear power target to 86 gigawatts by 2020, from the current target of 40 gigawatts. Kang’s investigation is part of a wider crackdown on corruption in preparation for the 60th anniversary of the Communist Party.