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AREVA-EWN Consortium to Dismantle the Reactor Pressure Vessel Internals of the Brunsbüttel Nuclear Power Plant

06/09/2017

AREVA-EWN Consortium to Dismantle the Reactor Pressure Vessel Internals of the Brunsbüttel Nuclear Power Plant

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Hungary: AREVA NP awarded contract for safety I&C modernization at Paks Nuclear Power Plant

05/17/2017

Hungary: AREVA NP awarded contract for safety I&C modernization at Paks Nuclear Power Plant

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Nuclear Safety: AREVA NP to support International OECD Research Program

04/11/2017

Nuclear Safety: AREVA NP to support International OECD Research Program

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Energy Storage Dusseldorf: AREVA Presents Solutions for Energy Storage and Hydrogen Fueling Stations

03/14/2017

Energy Storage Dusseldorf: AREVA Presents Solutions for Energy Storage and Hydrogen Fueling Stations

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Modernization of the Refueling Machine at Isar 2 Nuclear Power Plant

01/23/2017

Modernization of the Refueling Machine at Isar 2 Nuclear Power Plant

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In brief

AREVA NP Signs $560 Million in Advanced Fuel Contracts

Rosatom and AREVA NP signed a Memorandum of Understanding

Olkiluoto 3 in Finland: Cold Functional Tests Started

The Olkiluoto 3 EPR new-build project reaches a major milestone: the first step of integrated systems start-up and tests. The main objective of the cold functional tests is to perform the primary system hydrotests at a gradually increased test pressure. To reach this pressure condition, the main challenges will be to start and operate most of the systems linked to the main primary system (e.g. reactor coolant pumps). This will ensure the primary system tightness, the main nuclear auxiliary systems functional tests as well as the application and check of some of the nuclear island functions and operating modes. This operation paves the way for the start of the hot functional tests scheduled for the last quarter of 2017 on site.

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