Engie sells shares in NuGen

Engie will sell its 40 percent share in the NuGen joint venture back to Toshiba, which owns a 60 percent stake.

This is in response to the bankruptcy of Westinghouse, owned by Toshiba. NuGen is in charge of developing three Westinghouse AP1000 nuclear reactors in Moorside, West Cumbria, UK.

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Source: Engie

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