China will begin construction on a "fourth-generation" nuclear power plant in Fujian province in 2012-2013, the Wall Street Journal reported. The 800-megawatt Experimental Fast Reactor in Sanming, Fujian is scheduled to come online in 2020. Fourth-generation reactors are considered safer and more efficient than current designs. The reactor will be 51% owned by China National Nuclear Corp; separately, China Huaneng Group, one of China’s five largest power producers, plans to trial a small 100-megawatt fourth-generation reactor. The Experimental Fast Reactor will be built as part of China’s plans to have nuclear power make up 5% of its generating capacity, or 70,000 megawatts, by 2020. China currently derives 2% of its electricity generation from nuclear plants.