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Helping Finland to Secure Its Energy Future

Westinghouse and Fortum Sign Long-Term Partnership for VVER-440 Nuclear Fuel

Solna, Sweden, November 22, 2022 – Westinghouse Electric Company and Fortum recently signed a long-term partnership to develop, license and deliver VVER-440 fuel to the Loviisa Nuclear Power Plant in Finland to guarantee a dependable Western alternative to Russian-supplied fuel.

Westinghouse Selected for Poland's New Nuclear Power Program

Historic Partnership Supports Poland’s Energy Goals with Proven Reactor Technology

Cranberry Township, PA, November 2, 2022 – The Polish government announced today that it has selected Westinghouse Electric Company’s AP1000® nuclear reactor technology to advance the country’s clean and secure energy future.

Westinghouse Advances UK Nuclear Fuel Technology and Manufacturing

Company to Collaborate with Urenco Ltd. and TRISO-X, LLC through UK Department for Business, Energy and Industrial Strategy Funding

London, United Kingdom, October 26, 2022 – Westinghouse Electric Company was awarded a grant from the United Kingdom’s Department for Business, Energy and Industrial Strategy (BEIS) to support development of advanced nuclear fuel.

Westinghouse Congratulates Partners on Fuel Load for Vogtle Unit 3

Plant Using Westinghouse AP1000® Technology Advances Toward Operation
Vogtle Unit 3 Will Generate Reliable, Affordable Carbon-Free Power for Georgia

Cranberry Township, PA, October 14, 2022 – Westinghouse Electric Company congratulates Georgia Power, Southern Nuclear, and other Vogtle expansion project partners on fuel load for the new Plant Vogtle Unit 3 AP1000® reactor near Waynesboro, GA. The advanced nuclear fuel was manufactured at Westinghouse’s Columbia Fuel Fabrication Facility in South Carolina.

Westinghouse Adds Two AP1000® Technology-based Reactors in China

The New Units Using AP1000 Technology at Lianjiang Will Expand Carbon-Free Power

Cranberry Township, PA, October 12, 2022 – Westinghouse Electric Company congratulates China’s State Power Investment Corporation (SPIC) on adding two additional AP1000® technology-based plants in China to its growing list of newbuild projects. China’s State Council recently approved the two units owned by State Power Investment Corporation (SPIC) at Lianjiang Nuclear Power Plant in Zhanjiang, Guangdong Province.