It's great to see Romania using state-of-the-art American nuclear technology (US ambassador)

It's great to see Romania using state-of-the-art American nuclear technology (US ambassador)

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Romania will be a hub for education and training of specialists for the next phase of the installation of civil nuclear reactors in Romania and Europe, US Ambassador Kathleen Kavalec said Friday at the Politehnica University of Bucharest (UPB). Cereport reports citing Agerpres

It is great to see Romania using state-of-the-art American nuclear technology, which is another indicator of how far our partnership has come. The SMR simulator will be a valuable tool for both students and professionals as we prepare for the construction and operation of the Doiceti SMR plant. The simulator will also help Romania become a centre for SMR technology in the region and beyond, as well as a base for supporting the operation of this new technology in other countries, the US ambassador said.

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