Westinghouse Chosen for Outage Services at Watts Bar, Sequoyah Nuclear Plants

 Westinghouse Chosen for Outage Services at Watts Bar, Sequoyah Nuclear Plants

Tennessee Valley Authority has chosen Westinghouse Electric Company to provide refueling outage and inspection services for Watts Bar Units 1 and 2 and Sequoyah Units 1 and 2.

Both plants’ pressurized water reactors were designed by Westinghouse.

“This contract builds upon a long working relationship between TVA and Westinghouse,” said Mark Marano, Westinghouse president, Americas Region.  “Most recently, Westinghouse successfully completed initial core fuel load, and currently is assisting in the start-up and testing of Watts Bar Unit 2. We look forward to continuing our strong relationship with TVA for years to come.”

The estimated $75 million contract extends through 2021.

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