Rolls Royce signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) with Hungarian MVM OVIT on possible cooperation on nuclear power plant Paks expansion project.
The MoU signed by the two companies involves the planned cooperation in the implementation and maintenance of control and command systems regarding the Paks 2 project. The statement from Rolls Royce said that the parties will explore the potential areas where they can work together in order to provide world-class control technology for NPP Paks.
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Tags: cooperation, electricity, Hungary, MVM, NPP, nuclear, Paks, Rolls Royce