Energomontaż-Północ Gdynia S.A. has signed a cooperation agreement for the potential construction of six AP1000 reactors as part of the implementation of the Polish Nuclear Power Programme and future projects using this technology in Central and Eastern Europe.

“Westinghouse is ready to support Poland in achieving its energy policy goals. We will act on the basis of our experience in implementing investments in nuclear technology around the world. These tasks will be further supported by a team of nearly 200 employees working at the Westinghouse Global Shared Service Centre in Krakow, which is involved in the global activities of our company,” – Mirosław Kowalik, President of Westinghouse Polska, said.

Westinghouse Electric Company is a supplier of products and technologies for nuclear power plants. As reported, the company is one of three contenders for the first tender for construction of a nuclear power plant in Poland.