TOSHIBA SCRAPES NUCLEAR
WNN - NuGen - which was formed in 2009 as the UK joint venture between Japan's Toshiba and France's Engie - planned to build a nuclear power plant of up to 3.8 GWe gross capacity at the Moorside site in West Cumbria, using AP1000 nuclear reactor technology provided by Westinghouse. That reactor design completed the UK regulatory assessment process in March 2017. At that time, Toshiba owned Westinghouse, which filed for Chapter 11 protection with US courts the same month.
In July last year, Toshiba became the sole owner of NuGen, after Engie…
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