GE Hitachi Wants to Build Nuclear Plants in Polish Shipyards

- May 28th, 2010

Bloomberg.com reports GE & Hitachi are interested in building nuclear-plant parts in idled Polish shipyards.
Poland plans its first two nuclear plants of 3,000 megawatts each in 2020 and 2022. PGE SA, the country’s largest power group and responsible for building the units, is holding talks with GE and two other reactor makers and may pick the technology […]

Bloomberg.com reports GE & Hitachi are interested in building nuclear-plant parts in idled Polish shipyards.

Poland plans its first two nuclear plants of 3,000 megawatts each in 2020 and 2022. PGE SA, the country’s largest power group and responsible for building the units, is holding talks with GE and two other reactor makers and may pick the technology supplier by 2013.

GE builds nuclear components, or modules, in several countries. “We very well could export the products we’d make here,” Roderick said.

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