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Sam Shakir Named Westinghouse President, Environmental Services

Shakir will lead growth in Decontamination & Decommissioning and Government Services

Westinghouse Positioned to Help Poland Realize PEP2040 Energy Goals

Driving clean, carbon-free energy through advanced nuclear power

Cranberry Township, PA, March 15, 2021 – Westinghouse Electric Company has announced intentions to invest in nuclear technologies in Poland, following a meeting between Westinghouse Chief Executive Officer Patrick Fragman and Poland’s Secretary of State in the Chancellery of the Prime Minister and Plenipotentiary for Strategic Energy Infrastructure Piotr Naimski in Warsaw. The meeting came as a result of a finalized Inter-Governmental Agreement between Poland and the United States on cooperation for the implementation of the nuclear energy program, which includes a plan to transfer technology from the United States to the Polish Nuclear Power Program and develop a comprehensive investment scheme with participation of U.S. entities.

Westinghouse AP1000 Nuclear Plant Breaks a First Refueling Outage Record

Beijing, March 11, 2021 – Westinghouse Electric Company today announced that Sanmen Unit 2, one of the world’s first AP1000® nuclear power plants, has set a new refueling outage record in the global nuclear power industry, completing its initial outage in 28.14 days.

Kozloduy Demonstrates Confidence in Westinghouse

Sofia, Bulgaria - February 4, 2021 – Today, Westinghouse Electric Company and Kozloduy Nuclear Power Plant signed a VVER-1000 nuclear fuel licensing contract for the Kozloduy power plant in Bulgaria, a major step forward in the country’s energy supply diversification.

Westinghouse Wins Environmental Contract with Vattenfall to Dismantle Ågesta Nuclear Plant

Cranberry Township, PA, December 17, 2020 Westinghouse Electric Company has signed a contract with Swedish utility Vattenfall to segment the nuclear reactor at its Ågesta Nuclear Plant near Stockholm, Sweden. Under the terms of the contract, Westinghouse will plan, design and manufacture the tools for segmentation; as well as perform the site work. This includes the underwater mechanical cutting of the reactor vessel and its internal components and packing the pieces in containers for Vattenfall to remove from site.