GE Hitachi Nuclear Energy

Date

28 May 2010

Sections

Energy

May 27, 2010 GE Hitachi Nuclear Energy Donates Energy Software to Help Poland Train Local Engineers for Proposed Nuclear Power Plants GEH Pact with SNC-Lavalin Polska to Enhance Support of Poland’s Nuclear Energy Initiative WILMINGTON, N.C.—May 27, 2010—GE Hitachi Nuclear Energy (GEH) has announced a new workforce training initiative and second preliminary project development agreement as GEH expands its support of Poland’s plans to build commercial nuclear power plants to help strengthen the country’s energy security and reduce its greenhouse gas emissions. With Poland proposing to build up to four new reactors at two sites, GEH has donated an additional five of its GateCycleTM software licenses to the Warsaw University of Technology to help train a new generation of highly skilled engineers to operate the new facilities. In March 2010, GE Energy donated five licenses to the University. CLICK ON TEH LINK TO READ THE ENTIRE DOCUMENT ### For more information, contact: Catherine Stengel Howard Masto or Tom Murnane GE Hitachi Nuclear Energy Masto Public Relations +1 910 819 6121 +1 518 786 6488 catherine.stengel@ge.com howard.masto@ge.com tom.murnane@mastopr.com

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