Utility, Industry & Corporation

September 2005
Nuclear Plant Journal;Sep/Oct2005, Vol. 23 Issue 5, p6
Trade Publication
Reports on developments concerning nuclear power utilities and corporations as of October 2005. Progress Energy's plans that could lead to submitting a combined construction and operating license for a new nuclear power plant; Formation of joint enterprise UniStar Nuclear by Constellation Energy and AREVA Inc. to provide the business framework through which the first fleet of advanced nuclear power plants in America could be developed and deployed; Curtiss-Wright Corp.'s acquisition of the HydraNut product line and related intellectual property of Technofast International, a wholly owned subsidiary of Tech Novus Pty. Ltd.


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