A consortium of Areva and Siemens is going to supply digital supervision, protection and control systems for the Mochovce nuclear power plant, under construction in Slovakia.

Slovenské Elektrárne a subsidiary of the Enel Group, is completing the construction of two reactors based on Russian VVER (technology.

The new power plant units will be equipped with TELEPERM XS safety I&C supplied by Areva and SPPA-T2000 operational I&C from Siemens. Unit 3 is scheduled to be operational by the end of 2012, whereas unit 4 will be online in 2013. The I&C systems have been installed in over 40 nuclear power plants worldwide.

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