Management board of Polimex Mostostal signed today in Warsaw a Memorandum of Cooperation with Westinghouse Electric Company

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Westinghouse Electric Company and Polimex Mostostal signed today in Warsaw Memorandum of Cooperation. Concluded Agreement concerns cooperation in the field of potential  construction of six  AP1000® reactors within implementation of the Polish Nuclear Energy Program and future projects with AP1000® technology in the Europe Middle-East region.

Westinghouse is one of the three pretenders to the first tender for the construction of nuclear power plant in Poland. Agreement covers support and cooperation of both companies within the sphere of undertakings connected with plans of construction of nuclear power plants on the territories of Republic of Poland, Ukraine, Republic of Slowenia and Czech Republic.

Westinghouse Electric Company is the world leader in the nuclear power and provider of products and technology for nuclear power plants.

Polimex Mostostal Capital Group is the largest engineering and construction group with polish capital in Poland. Companies members of Polimex Mostostal Capital Group implement specialized investments in Poland and abroad for the power, petrochemical and environment protection sectors. Polimex Mostostal Capital Group is also manufacturer and exporter of steel structures, grates as well as we are galvanizing and painting steel structures.


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Top row from the left: Adam Rajewski (Polimex Mostostal), Andrzej Sidło (Ministerstwo Klimatu i Środowiska), Paweł Żbikowski (Polimex Mostostal), Maciej Korniluk (Polimex Mostostal), Robert Rudich (Ambasada i Konsulat USA w Polsce), Jean-François Bertagnolio (WEC), Sean Jones (WEC), Mirosław Kowalik (WEC)

Bottom row: Krzysztof Figat (Polimex Mostostal), Joel Ecker (WEC)