BNFL enter into MOX supply agreement with E.on

May 2001
Modern Power Systems;May2001, Vol. 21 Issue 5, p5
Reports that British Nuclear Fuels Ltd. has entered into a supply agreement with German utility E.On AG. Intended purpose for British Nuclear's move; Terms of the agreement.


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