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Westinghouse Releases Report on Economic Impact of AP1000® Deployment in Canada

Study Finds Initial $28.7 Billion Canadian Dollars to be Generated for GDP with $8.1 Billion More Annually

Ontario, Canada, Feb. 28, 2024 – Westinghouse Electric Company released a comprehensive, independent report today from PricewaterhouseCoopers LLC (PwC) outlining the significant economic impact for Canada by deploying four AP1000® reactor units in Ontario.

Westinghouse Welcomes Bulgarian Suppliers to Symposium to Support AP1000® Project Opportunities

Sofia, Bulgaria, Feb. 23, 2024 – Westinghouse Electric Company welcomed representatives from over 50 companies to its Bulgarian Supplier Symposium this week. The event offered a forum to engage with potential suppliers in support of the two AP1000® reactors selected by Bulgaria for the Kozloduy nuclear site.

Westinghouse Organizes VVER Fuel Forum with Customers

Energoatom Reported Strong Performance of New Westinghouse VVER-440 Fuel

Bratislava, SLOVAKIA – February 22, 2024 – Westinghouse organized the 5th annual VVER Fuel Forum in Bratislava with representatives from six utilities. The forum, hosted by Slovenské elektrárne, provided the opportunity to share experiences and best practices with VVER-1000 and VVER-440 fuel deployment in operating reactors.

Westinghouse Awarded Contract to Evaluate AP1000® Reactors in Support of Netherlands’ Energy Future

Feasibility Study to Evaluate Deployment of Two Reactors at Borssele Nuclear Power Station

Cranberry Township, PA – Feb. 20, 2024 – Westinghouse Electric Company announced today the signing of a contract with the Dutch government to conduct a Technical Feasibility Study (TFS) assessing the deployment of AP1000® reactors in support of their nuclear new-build strategy.

Westinghouse Congratulates Vogtle Team on First Criticality at Unit 4

Achievement Marks Major Milestone for Second AP1000® Reactor in the U.S.

CRANBERRY TOWNSHIP, Pa., Feb. 14, 2024 – Westinghouse Electric Company today congratulated Southern Company, Georgia Power, project partners and the Vogtle team for achieving the initial criticality of self-sustaining nuclear fission at Unit 4. Plant Vogtle, located near Waynesboro, Georgia, is the site of the first two AP1000® reactors built in the U.S.