GEH Awarded $70 Million Contract for Nuclear Outage Services

 GEH Awarded $70 Million Contract for Nuclear Outage Services

The Tennessee Valley Authority (TVA) awarded a $70 million contract to GE Hitachi Nuclear Energy to provide outage services for the 3,300-MW Browns Ferry nuclear power plant in Alabama.
The contract calls for GEH to provide a full portfolio of outage and inspection services, including refuel floor, under-vessel activities and control rod drive mechanism exchange services for the three GE (NYSE: GE) boiling water reactors. The agreement runs through 2020 and includes a total of nine outages, three at each reactor.
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