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9. Westinghouse Signed a Partnership Agreement with Technical University Sofia 04.03.2014   16:47 
Westinghouse Electric Company announced today the signing of a bilateral agreement for cooperation with Technical University Sofia, Bulgaria. This partnership is part of the preparation for the planned construction of a new nuclear unit at Bulgaria’s Kozloduy NPP using Westinghouse’s AP1000
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10. Westinghouse Electric Company Presented the AP 1000 Nuclear Power Technology to Bulgarian Business27.02.2014   12:09 
Westinghouse Electric Company today hosted a supplier summit in Sofia for local companies in preparation for the potential construction of a Westinghouse AP1000 nuclear power plant (NPP) at Kozloduy. During the press briefing after the summit Randy Galm, VP at Westinghouse Electric
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11. Westinghouse backs off small modular reactors04.02.2014   10:10 
According to a publication in Pittsburgh Post-Gazette, cited in Power Engineering, Westinghouse Electric Co. is pulling back from small modular nuclear reactor technology after millions of dollars and more than a decade spent developing it. The publication cites Danny Roderick, president and CEO of
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12. Bulgaria's Nuclear Regulator Will Be Able to License Westinghouse's AP 1000 Technology14.01.2014   17:06 
Bulgaria’s Nuclear Regulatory Agency (NRA) will have the capacity to license Westinghouse’s AP1000 reactor technology chosen for the construction of a new unit at the nation’s currently only nuclear station at Kozloduy. “Should the AP1000 technology
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