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GE Hitachi Nuclear Energy Expands Workforce Training Collaboration with Poland via Nuclear Street

GE Hitachi Nuclear Energy (GEH) has signed a memorandum of understanding (MOU) with Krakow-based engineering school AGH University of Science and Technology to collaborate in the training of a skilled nuclear engineering workforce that will be needed to help develop and operate future nuclear power plants that Poland plans to build to diversify its energy supplies.Under the MOU, GEH would support AGH University’s educational and certificate programs for nuclear, mechanical, electrical, and chemical engineering students who will be in great demand by the Polish nuclear industry. The MOU is the latest in a string of agreements that GEH has signed with a growing list of top engineering schools, project management firms and potential component suppliers as the company deepens its base of local suppliers to participate in Poland’s nuclear energy program. GE currently employs more than 1,000 engineers among more than 10,000 people in Poland.

“AGH University of Science and Technology is proud to collaborate with GE Hitachi Nuclear Energy to help Poland achieve its nuclear energy goals by doing what we do best – training the engineers of tomorrow to help ensure Poland has a brighter and more secure economic and energy future for many years to come,” said Professor Tomasz Szmuc, vice rector for science at AGH University of Science and Technology.

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