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Westinghouse signs strategic partnerships with Czech companies for the Dukovany nuclear site

Manufacturing company Westinghouse Electric signed Memorandums of Understanding (MOUs) with seven companies in the Czech Republic. The MOUs signed at the Ministry of Industry and Trade cover cooperation on the potential deployment of an AP1000 plant for the Dukovany 5 project as well as other potential AP1000 projects in Central Europe.

Westinghouse Electric, a world leader in nuclear power and a provider of products and technologies for nuclear power plants and one of three finalists in the Dukovany nuclear power plant tender, will establish cooperation with the following companies: Královopolská which provides technological steel structures, such as load-bearing equipment structures or platforms; Vítkovice, an engineering group supplying a module for a nuclear power plant; BC Prague that develops, produces and services industrial valves for the nuclear and energy industry; I&C Energo which supplies services in the area of command-and-control systems, industrial information systems, electrical and engineering activities in the field of nuclear power engineering; NOPO, which specialises in gantry cranes, paint shop platforms, manipulators and especially overhead cranes with lifting capacities of up to hundreds of tons; Sigma Group, the producer of medium, heavy and unique centrifugal pumps designed for use in energy management; finally Infer, that specialises in supplying piping systems, technological assemblies, valves, and metallurgical material.

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