Candu Energy eyes nuclear supply deal in Romania

Newsroom 28/11/2013 | 16:42

Canada’s Candu Energy, a provider of nuclear energy equipment, said it was ready to deliver assets to Romania, amid the government’s plan to expand nuclear reactors in Cernavoda with support from Chinese companies.

Nuclearelectrica, the state-owned nuclear power producer, signed earlier this week a letter of intent with China General Nuclear Power Group on the constriction of two nuclear reactors.

“Candu Energy is ready to participate in the delivery of these two CANDU nuclear power plants,” said Ala Alizadeh, Candu energy senior vice president, marketing and business Development.

Romania already operates two CANDU 6 nuclear reactors that went into service in 1996 and 2007, respectively. Their output covers about 20 percent of Romania’s electricity consumption.

Ovidiu Posirca

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