GE Vernova Completes Sale of Portion of Steam Power Business

GE Vernova Completes Sale of Portion of Steam Power Business

CAMBRIDGE, Mass. — GE Vernova Inc. (NYSE: GEV) today announced that it completed the sale of a portion of its Steam Power business to EDF. The transaction includes the manufacturing of conventional island equipment for new nuclear power plants as well as related maintenance and upgrade activities for existing nuclear plants outside of the Americas. As part of the EDF, this business will be called Arabelle Solutions.

GE Vernova CEO Scott Strazik said “Completing this transaction is an important milestone for GE Vernova. I’d like to thank our teams for their efforts to bring this transaction to a successful conclusion. Going forward, GE Vernova plans to continue to be a best-in-class services partner for our other Steam Power customers and is focused on advancing the future of nuclear power with our small modular reactor technology.”

GE Vernova retains a services-focused Steam Power business, including services for more than 100 gigawatts of nuclear turbine islands in the Americas region. It also retains GE Hitachi Nuclear Energy, a leading lifecycle provider for reactor islands, global nuclear fuels, and services, which is working to deploy commercial, grid-scale SMR technologies. GE Vernova remains committed to the nuclear sector and continues to invest in next-generation technology, which plays an important role in today’s energy transition.

Financial terms are not being disclosed.

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