Nuclear power plant maintenance deal signed by GE-Hitachi

GE Hitachi Nuclear Energy (GEH) signed a $150 million integrated outage contract with Exelon Nuclear (NYSE: EXC) to maintain all 12 of Exelon’s boiling water reactors (BWR) at seven nuclear power plants in Illinois, Pennsylvania and New Jersey. GE (NYSE: GE) was the original designer of the BWRs for Exelon.

Terms of the contract include providing services for assisting with refueling floor activities and performing under-vessel and inspection services. The agreement and runs through the end of the spring outage season in 2015.

The contract covers:

  • One BWR at the Clinton Power Station, Clinton, Ill.;
  • Two BWRs at the Dresden Generating Station, Morris, Ill.;
  • Two BWRs at the Lasalle Generating Station, Marseilles, Ill.;
  • Two BWRs at the Quad Cities Generating Station, Cordova, Ill.;
  • Two BWRs at the Peach Bottom Atomic Power Station, Delta, Pa.;
  • Two BWRs at the Limerick Generating Station, Pottstown, Pa.; and
  • One BWR at the Oyster Creek Generating Station, Forked River, N.J.

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