Nuclep signs an agreement with Eletronuclear

Nuclebrás Equipamentos Pesados (Nuclep) and Eletronuclear have signed an agreement for the manufacture and delivery of new heat exchangers for the Angra 3 plant in a contract said to exceed BRL400M (USD 84M). Electronuclear said it hopes to start operations at Angra 3, which is on the coast about 100 miles south west of Rio de Janeiro, in November 2026. The so-called critical path acceleration plan for the unit includes completion of the concrete superstructure of the reactor building, and work on the electromechanical assembly, including the closure of the spherical steel containment structure and installation of the used fuel pool, the polar bridge and the semi-gantry crane, Electronuclear said.

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