A nuclear power plant converts the energy that is released by a process that converts nuclear fission into electrical power. The process of this conversion takes place inside of a nuclear reactor where heat from a process called nuclear fission is removed, and then this heat is then used to produce steam. This steam that’s created drives a steam turbine that is connected to a generator. This generator then converts the turbine output it receives into electrical power. The nuclear plants that have the largest generators are the ones that have the highest electrical production capacity. Today, you can find nuclear power plants currently in 30 countries around the world. There are over 440 separate nuclear power plants in these countries that supply approximately 14% of the electricity that the world currently uses. Below, we have our listing of the worlds 3 largest nuclear power producing plants.READ MORE!