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CGN teams with Doosan to promote self-developed I&C products

2018-01-30

China Techenergy Co (CTEC), a subsidiary of China General Nuclear Power Corporation, signed a cooperation agreement and a contract with South Korea’s Doosan Heavy Industries and Construction Co’s nuclear power arm in Shenzhen, Guangdong province on Jan 29.

According to the contract signed by CGN Power President Gao Ligang and his counterpart at Doosan’s nuclear power arm, CTEC will supply a reactor rod control system to Units 3 and 4 at the Kori nuclear power plant (NPP) and Units 1 and 2 at the Hanbit NPP in South Korea.

The signing ceremony marks the beginning of the two parties' long-term cooperation. They will join hands to build the NPPs into flagship projects and then offer global markets a complete digital I&C rod control system and solutions.

The rod control system is a sub-system that regulates the reactor’s power through adjusting the position of the control rod. Its function is like the throttle and brake of a car.

A signing ceremony is held by the Doosan Heavy Industries and Construction Co and CTEC in Shenzhen, Guangdong province on Jan 29.

At the beginning of 2016, the two parties met to discuss the intention of cooperation and signed a memorandum of understanding (MoU) in November of the same year. The details for the deal were finalized in December of 2017.

As a nuclear power I&C system solutions provider under CGN, CTEC boasts rich experience in engineering design, product manufacturing, system integration and R&D of technology. Its self-developed products have been applied in a group of domestic NPPs, such as the Daya Bay NPP in Guangdong, Qinshan NPP in Zhejiang, Hongyanhe NPP in Liaoning, Ningde NPP in Fujian, Yangjiang NPP in Guangdong, Fangchenggang NPP in Guangxi and Shidao Bay NPP in Shandong province.

Doosan is a world-famous nuclear power equipment supplier. It has a leading position in the design and manufacturing of main equipment and has participated in the construction of several nuclear power projects in South Korea, the US, China and the United Arab Emirates.