POWER UTILITY | Staff Reporter, India

India to revive $20b nuclear plant deal with Westinghouse

The American firm will build six reactors.

Energy Business Review reported that India is all set to revive its $20bn nuclear plant deal with bankrupt American nuclear energy developer Westinghouse.

The American company was to build six nuclear reactors in the southern Indian state of Andhra Pradesh at Kovvada, according to the original deal. 

As per several media reports, Westinghouse will move into a design and consultation role to provide technology for the nuclear reactors, while their construction will be handled by an Indian partner.

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