Earlier this month, French plant providers agency Framatome signed a deal supporting long-term operations of Dominion Energy’s nuclear power fleet.
The take care of Framatome covers nuclear plant outage and upkeep work, together with fleet steam generator providers, refueling and inspections. The contract runs by way of 2026.
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“Dominion is one among our long-standing and valued clients. We are proud to supply them our workforce’s robust experience and excellence in inspection and upkeep, to help the long-term operation of their reactor fleet,” Catherine Cornand, senior vp of the Installed Base Business Unit at Framatome, mentioned in a press release.
Framatome will make the most of greater than 1,100 of its Virginia-based workers to help the Dominion contract over the following 5 years. The firm will leverage its expanded portfolio of kit and tooling for steam generator providers.
The deal consists of refueling providers on the V.C. Summer, Millstone, North Anna and Surry (pictured) nuclear energy vegetation by way of 2024, in response to the discharge. Framatome additionally will present MRP-227 (materials reliability program) examinations and 10-year in-service inspections at Surry and V.C. Summer over the following two years.
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Dominion’s 4 nuclear stations present carbon-free electrical energy to greater than three million clients. Surry and North Anna are each in Virginia and have been initially commissioned within the 1970s and early 1980s. Millstone is positioned in Connecticut and the Summer nuclear station is in South Carolina and was acquired when Dominion merged with SCANA Corp. in 2019.