evopro teams up with Areva GmbH to contend for Paks upgrade

Green Energy

Hungary's evopro Systems Engineering and Germany’s Areva GmbH signed a cooperation agreement on Friday in order to increase their prospects in participating in the upgrade of Hungary's sole nuclear power plant in Paks, MTI news agency cited evopro managing director Balázs Bodnár as saying.

The director added that evopro has the necessary credentials in that it has tested power plant operating systems for Siemens. Areva GmbH on the other hand, specializes in nuclear and renewable energy.

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