Bruce Power, GE Hitachi Nuclear Energy Canada Team on Nuclear Innovation

 Bruce Power, GE Hitachi Nuclear Energy Canada Team on Nuclear Innovation

GE Hitachi Nuclear Energy Canada (GEH-C) and Bruce Power will collaborate on nuclear innovation and enhancing the eight-unit Bruce Power Nuclear Generating Station in Ontario.
The memorandum of understanding identifies a number of areas of potential collaboration which aims to help Bruce Power in its ongoing operations and outage improvement programs.
The two companies previously developed the Bruce Reactor Inspection and Maintenance System (BRIMS), an automated tooling system.
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