- Major agreement signed with Energoatom to supply all nuclear fuel to the Ukrainian installed fleet
- Additional agreement increases planned AP1000 plant fleet from five to nine units
- Energoatom and Westinghouse agree to establish a Westinghouse Engineering Center in Ukraine in support of the planned AP1000 plant projects, as well as Energoatom’s current operating fleet and future decommissioning efforts
Cranberry Township, PA – June 3, 2022 - Westinghouse Electric Company and Energoatom, the state-owned nuclear utility of Ukraine, have signed expanded agreements for Westinghouse to supply all nuclear fuel for the Energoatom operating fleet in Ukraine and increase the number of AP1000® plants Energoatom intends to build from five to nine units. The two companies also affirmed their intention to establish a Westinghouse Engineering Center in Ukraine to support the planned AP1000 reactor projects, as well as Energoatom’s operating fleet and future decommissioning program.