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Category: Technology Leadership

Our Support to the First City in China Facing the Winter Entirely with Nuclear Power

November 10, 2021 by Westinghouse Electric Company

Categories: Technology Leadership, Policy & Government, Carbon-Free, AP1000

Westinghouse attended the first Carbon Emission Peak and Carbon Neutrality Forum in Yantai, a northern city in China which will pioneer to provide heat through nuclear power plants designed by Westinghouse.

Study Concludes eVinci™ Micro-Reactors A Real Solution For Clean Energy in Canada

October 25, 2021 by Westinghouse Electric Company

Categories: Technology Leadership, Sustainability, Micro Reactors

In partnership with Bruce Power, Westinghouse recently completed a feasibility study with conclusive results that the eVinciTM micro-reactor can provide necessary, clean and cost-competitive energy to decentralized, off-grid markets in Canada. The report focuses on key market opportunities, including remote communities and industrial mines. It also emphasizes the benefits the technology can provide in support of the government policy to meet decarbonization goals in Canada.

Celebrating our Employees' Innovative Spirit & Technical Know-How

October 6, 2021 by Westinghouse Electric Company

Categories: Technology Leadership, Our People & Culture, Legacy, Engineering

Our George Westinghouse Signature Awards (GWSAs) & Lifetime Achievement Award recognize some of the nuclear industry’s brightest minds

First-of-a-Kind Identification and Replacement of Failed Thermal Shield Flexures

September 8, 2021 by Westinghouse Electric Company

Categories: Technology Leadership, Engineering, Reliability, Outage & Maintenance

Westinghouse and PSEG Use Innovative Approach to Tackle Major Industry-First Technical Challenge

Westinghouse’s EnCore Fuel Takes the Next Step towards Regulatory Approvals

August 2, 2021 by Westinghouse Electric Company

Categories: Advanced Fuel Solutions, Technology Leadership

Several lead test rods containing our EnCore™ Fuel technology recently arrived at Oak Ridge National Laboratory (ORNL) in a major milestone in our accident tolerant fuel (ATF) program. Developed with high-performance features to enable safety and cost benefits for our customers, the lead test roads will be examined as part of the next step of the licensing and commercialization process.