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July 21, 2010

GE to Service Tennessee Valley Authority Plants

GE has signed a service alliance with the Tennessee Valley Authority (TVA), US, for four TVA power plants for a period of five years, worth $116m. Under the agreement, GE will provide service support for the next 24 planned outages at TVA’s Brown's Ferry nuclear plant and the Paradise,

By cms admin

GE has signed a service alliance with the Tennessee Valley Authority (TVA), US, for four TVA power plants for a period of five years, worth $116m.

Under the agreement, GE will provide service support for the next 24 planned outages at TVA’s Brown’s Ferry nuclear plant and the Paradise, Bull Run and Widow’s Creek fossil (steam) plants.

The firm will supply parts, repairs and field services for planned and unplanned outages of turbine generators and auxiliary equipment, and provide performance guarantees.

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