GE Hitachi Nuclear Energy to begin refueling PWRs

 GE Hitachi Nuclear Energy to begin refueling PWRs

Captin: Exelon's Byron nuclear power plant

GE Hitachi Nuclear Energy (GEH) said it plans to begin offering refueling services to Pressurized Water Reactor (PWR) customers.
 
GEH’s announcement includes an agreement with Exelon Generation (NYSE: EXC) to begin refueling work on Exelon’s fleet. PWRs account for roughly two-thirds of nuclear reactors operating around the world.
 
GEH currently services and fuels boiling water reactors that are in operation globally. GEH plans to introduce advanced services offerings to enhance PWR outage performance.

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