GE and French utility EDF have agreed to team to build six reactors for a nuclear power project in Maharashtra state, which is due to be the world’s biggest when finished.
India is building nuclear power stations to meet the growing energy demands of its increasingly urban population and to shift away from environmentally-damaging coal-fired electricity.
The six European Pressurised Water reactors will be for a 9,900 mw nuclear power project at Jaitapur, south of Mumbai, GE and EDF said in a joint statement released on Tuesday. Read More
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