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Atucha III Nuclear Power Plant Project Joint Statement
Nucleoelectrica Argentina S.A. and China National Nuclear Corporation are pleased to inform that after a fruitful period of negotiation, on February 1st both companies have reached a mutual understanding and signed the Engineering, Procurement and Construction (EPC) Contract for the development of Atucha III Nuclear Power Plant, which shall be an HPR1000 nuclear power plant to be operated with a rated gross electric power of 1200 MWe.
To reduce the impact of the consequences caused by the COVID-19 pandemic, the event was held virtually with the presence of the highest authorities of both companies and the diplomatic representatives and national and local authorities of both countries.

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Victor Murogov
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