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GEH to hold webinar on BWRX-300
GE Hitachi Nuclear Energy (GEH) is planning to conduct a webinar for Canadian suppliers interested in providing material, equipment and services in support of the possible construction...
UniTech does not foresee disruption to PPE supplies to nuclear industry
US-based UniTech Services Group continues to provide personal protective equipment (PPE) to the North American nuclear industry during the Covid-19 pandemic, and says it does...
Russia spare parts for Ukrainian nuclear power plants
Ukrainian nuclear utility Energoatom has purchased Russian spare parts for power units from Kingisepp Machine-Building Plant (KMZ), which, at €2.4million ($2.68m) proved to be...
UK firms team up to deliver hydraulic solutions to the nuclear sector
UK-based Industrial and Marine Hydraulics (IMH) and Advanced Actuators Limited are forming a new partnership to provide hydraulic solutions to the nuclear energy sector.
AEM-Technologies approved as a supplier for Chinese NPPs
Russia’s AEM-Technologies (part of state nuclear corporation Rosatom’s engineering division - Atomenergomash) has been registered as a manufacturer of civilian nuclear equipment...
Bruce Power’s refurbishment provides work for supply chain
Canada’s Akromold has signed a commercial agreement with Laker Energy Products and has opened a second plant to manufacture machine-precision components for nuclear reactors for Bruce Power.
New UK nuclear centre opens in Derby
Nuclear AMRC Midlands, a new research and innovation centre is opening n the iHub at Infinity Park, Derby to support manufacturers across the region.
Pressure vessel base is manufactured for Turkey’s Akkuyu
The pressure vessel base of the VVER-1200 reactor for unit 1 of Turkey’s Akkuyu has been manufactured by Atommash in Volgodonsk, Russian state nuclear corporation Rosatom said on 8 February.
India’s BHEL delivers 40th steam generaor
India’s Bharat Heavy Electricals Limited (BHEL) has achieved a major milestone with the dispatch of its 40th steam generator (SG) to the Nuclear Power Corporation of India Ltd (NPCIL).
WorleyParsons wins KA-CARE agreement for Saudi nuclear project
WorleyParsons has been awarded a project management office consultancy services agreement by Saudi Arabia's King Abdullah City for Atomic and Renewable Energy (KA-CARE).
Romania and Canada extend their nuclear co-operation
The Organisation of Canadian Nuclear Industries (OCNI) and the Romanian Atomic Forum Association (Romatom) have signed a memorandum of understanding (MOU) for continued nuclear cooperation.
UAE companies benefit from Barakah work
So far, more than 1500 local companies have been awarded contracts worth $3.8bn for work related to the Barakah NPP under construction in the United Arab Emirates, plant developer...
More equipment for India’s Kudankulam
Russia’s Atomenergomash, part of state nuclear corporation Rosatom, has shipped a consignment of equipment weighing more than 1000 tonnes to India’s Kudandulam 3, Indian media reported...
UK’s ONR identifies supply claim weaknesses at Hinkley Point
The UK Office for Nuclear Regulation (ONR), following an inspection of the supply chain for Hinkley Point C, has identified five areas of management which need to be improved in...
Steam generator contract for BHEL
India’s state-owned Bharat Heavy Electricals (BHEL) has won an INR7.36bn ($113.1m) contract from Nuclear Power Corporation of India Limited (NPCIL) to supply steam generators for...
Flamanville 3 weldings found to be sub-standard
Electricite de France (EDF) said on 22 February some weldings on it’s the EPR reactor under construction at Flamanville 3 did not meet required specifications but that this did not...
Work to resume at France’s Le Creusot plant
France’s Framatome (formerly Areva NP) received approval on 25 January from the Autorite de Surete Nucleaire (ASN - Nuclear Safety Authority) and
GE to supply turbines for Paks II
GE Hungary, a subsidiary of US General Electric, has won a €792.8 m ($970m) contract to manufacture and supply the turbines for Paks 5&6 in Hungary, RIA Novosti reported on 16...
French companies win Hinkley contract
An engineering contract for the main control room of the Hinkley Point C EPR in the UK was awarded in October to a consortium of French companies Efinor and Clemessy by EDF...