AREVA wins EUR200 million German order for spent fuel casks

16 September 2013

AREVA has signed a series of contracts with German utilities for the delivery of more than 70 TN24E used fuel storage casks, valued at around EUR200 million ($267 million).

The steel TN24E containers are dedicated to the transportation of used uranium-oxide or MOX nuclear fuel. The German Federal Office for Radiation Protection recently approved the cask design "allowing a foreign company to access, for the first time, the market for used fuel management in Germany," AREVA said.

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