Westinghouse Endesa AP1000

Westinghouse Electric Co. signed an agreement with Endesa to share information on the AP1000 nuclear energy technology in hopes the reactor will be chosen for future projects in Spain and South America.

Westinghouse said the agreement allows the transfer to Endesa of certain proprietary information on the AP1000 design, its manufacture and construction. Westinghouse and Endesa will work together in such areas as engineering, licensing, plant construction support and simulator training.

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