Rosatom offers EDF partnership in Turkey’s first nuclear plant

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Rosatom Corp has invited Electricite de France SA to help build Turkey’s first nuclear power plant as the Russian state atomic power company seeks partners for its new reactors. Rosatom is ready to reduce its stakes in the planned Akkuyu nuclear power plant in Turkey and the Baltic plant in Russia to as much as 51% from 100% now, Vladislav Bochkov, a spokesman for the Moscow-based company, said Wednesday. “Rosatom is ready for a strategic partnership with all major energy companies, including EDF,” Bloomberg quoted Bochkov as saying. Rosatom may also extend cooperation with France’s Areva SA, Bochkov also said.

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