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SCANA receives reaffirmation from WEC

1 March 2017

South Carolina Electric & Gas Company (SCE&G), principal subsidiary of SCANA Corporation and V.C. Summer Nuclear Station co-owner, Santee Cooper, have received information from Westinghouse Electric Company (WEC) officials that indicates WEC and its parent guarantor, Toshiba Corporation (Toshiba), are committed to completing the two new Westinghouse AP 1000 nuclear units being constructed in Jenkinsville, SC.

WEC provided SCE&G with revised in-service dates of April 2020 and December 2020 for Units 2 and 3, respectively.... Read more...

Toshiba to develop Moorside project

1 March 2017

NuGen acknowledges the announcement that Toshiba’s review into the future of its nuclear power business outside Japan is complete and that it remains committed to developing NuGen’s Moorside Project.

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BWXT to supply naval nuclear reactor components

28 February 2017

BWX Technologies, Inc. has announced that the U.S. Naval Nuclear Propulsion Program has exercised contract options with BWXT’s subsidiary, BWXT Nuclear Operations Group, Inc., totaling approximately USD 784M for the manufacture of naval nuclear reactor components.... Read more...

TAEK approves design parameters of Akkuyu NPP site

27 February 2017

On 09 February 2017, the Turkish Atomic Energy Authority (TAEK), approved the design parameters of the Akkuyu NPP’ site, which AKKUYU NUCLEAR JSC studied, validated and eventually submitted to TAEK in the form of the Site Parameters Report (SPR) of the Akkuyu NPP Construction Project.... Read more...

L3 MAPPS awarded contract by LANPC

27 February 2017

L3 MAPPS has been awarded a contract by Ling Ao Nuclear Power Co., Ltd. (LANPC), a division of China General Nuclear (CGN), to upgrade the Ling Ao Phase II full scope simulator with L3’s latest Orchid® simulation software.... Read more...

Alpiq gets a new CERN contract

24 February 2017

Alpiq has been awarded the contract for the construction of new switchgear in order to upgrade the electricity grid of the European Organization for Nuclear Research (CERN) in Geneva.

The construction of the 400/66 kilovolt (kV) substation with a 220 megavolt ampere (MVA) power transformer will enable CERN to secure and upgrade its electricity supply grid.... Read more...

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