National Nuclear Energy Generating Company of Ukraine Energoatom and Toshiba Energy Systems & Solutions Corporation signed a memorandum of understanding (MOU) to develop the cooperation in modernization of turbine island tools of Ukrainian nuclear energy vegetation (NPPs) together with conducting research with having common conferences. The bilateral MOU covers cooperation between the 2 entities in rising of energy output, effectivity and security by modernizing the turbine island tools. It additionally goals at increasing cooperation in long-term service of put in tools at NPPs and introducing the up-to-date technical options and monetary options.
The Memorandum of Understanding was signed by Yuri Nedashkovsky, President of the SE “NNEGC Energoatom”, and Goro Yanase, Vice President of Toshiba Energy Systems & Solutions Corporation.
The signing of the Memorandum was attended by representatives of the Embassy of Japan in Ukraine and the Ministry of Energy and Coal Industry of Ukraine.
“Energoatom congratulates the start of cooperation with the main world nuclear energy company – Toshiba Energy Systems & Solutions Corporation. We are satisfied that our joint work won’t solely assist us to extend the capability of Ukraine’s NPPs, however will present a further impetus to the event of home applied sciences for nuclear energy vegetation, “stated Yuriy Nedashkovsky, President of SE Energoatom.
Mr. Yanase, vice chairman of Toshiba Energy Systems & Solutions Corporation, emphasised ” It is an honor to signal on MOU with “SE NNEGC Energoatom” one of many world main NPP operators. We are satisfied to determine the Win-Win relationship that Energoatom will obtain NPP modernization, rising capability and steady electrical energy provide, and Toshiba will broaden its nuclear tools provide enterprise in Ukraine nuclear fleet to contribute to Energoatom’s targets to attain”.
In order to prepare the implementation of the Memorandum, through the assembly, an settlement was reached on the formation of a Steering Committee, consisting of two co-chairmen (one consultant from all sides) and members of the committee. The members of the Steering Committee will coordinate all problems with cooperation underneath this memorandum, in addition to develop applicable business agreements, equivalent to an settlement for tools provide, primarily based on this cooperation. (Source and picture: Energoatom / Riuvne NPP, Ukraine)
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