Ensa and Shanghai Electric sign an agreement to enhance their collaboration in the Chinese nuclear market

Maliaño, July the 4th, 2019.- Equipos Nucleares SA, SME and the nuclear group of Shanghai Electric Corporation signed an agreement to continue and expand their collaboration in the Chinese nuclear market that includes the manufacture of main components for nuclear power plants and other equipment related to spent fuel and services in plant.

In recent months both companies have been working on the definition of a renewed collaboration agreement that was finally signed at the facilities that the state company has in Maliaño. In the coming months, both will work to materialize in contracts the efforts made to date.

Ensa was represented by a delegation led by its president, José David Gomila; its general director, Rafael Triviño; its director of Projects, Miguel Ángel Andérez; its director of Business Development, María Vega and its Commercial Nuclear director, José M. Zubimendi. For its part, the Chinese delegation was headed by the vice president of SEC, Lv Yachen; the president of SENPGC, Shao Jianming; and his Commercial sub-director, Zhou Jie.

Strengthen their collaboration

The signing of this agreement strengthens, even more, the collaboration that began in the nineties. Ensa and SENPGC give great importance to this agreement, since it establishes the lines of collaboration in a common benefit and that will open up possibilities for joint development in China to explore future projects.

During the meeting, a review of the international nuclear market was made and possible joint actions were identified in order to face the current scenario.

Already last april a delegation of Spanish public companies, led by Ensa and Enusa, made a visit to China to strengthen the already existing collaboration between these countries in nuclear matters.

SEC is a Chinese multinational that manufactures electrical and power generation equipment. It is the world’s largest manufacturer of steam turbines and is also dedicated to the design, manufacture and sale of products that include, among others, power generation, transmission and distribution equipment and transformers.