Bulgaria Awards Contract To Westinghouse For Nuclear Developement Study
From Washington Post
Bulgaria has awarded Westinghouse Electric Co. a contract to study the feasibility of installing an additional reactor at the only nuclear plant in the Balkan country, which relies on Russia for its energy supplies.
Under Monday’s deal, Westinghouse will conduct the study at the Kozloduy nuclear plant by March to determine which of two proposed reactor designs to adopt. Bulgaria’s Energy Minister Delyan Dobrev estimated the cost at 1 million euro ($1.25 million).