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Framatome-Siemens chosen to supply I&C systems for Finland’s Hanhikivi

2 oktober 2019

Franco-German nuclear equipment consortium Framatome-Siemens has been awarded a contract to supply the main instrumentation and control (I&C) systems for the Hanhikivi-1 nuclear power plant to be built in northern Finland, project owner Fennovoima said.

Fennovoima said that under the contract, Framatome will supply the safety automation systems and Siemens will be the operational I&C systems supplier.

The Finnish company said it was involved in the negotiations between the main contractor Titan-2 of Russia and the Framatome-Siemens consortium because it aimed to ensure the Hanhikivi I&C systems will be supplied by “one of the most recognised companies in the field”.

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