Dismantling of nuclear installations: Alpiq intensifies collaboration with STEAG

Lausanne – Alpiq is expanding its international market presence for the dismantling of nuclear installations. To this end, the leading Swiss electricity supplier and energy services provider Alpiq is expanding its existing cooperation with the German STEAG. With this cooperation, Alpiq is following the strategy to expand its core competences in energy and power plant technology and to seize new growth opportunities.

The service portfolios of the two companies complement each other optimally. As a result, the existing, project-related collaboration will be established on a basis for long-term, strategic cooperation. An agreement to this effect was signed between Kraftanlagen Heidelberg GmbH, a company of the Alpiq Group, and STEAG Energy Services GmbH. Kraftanlagen Heidelberg will contribute its extensive competences in power plant and process technology, while STEAG offers complementary expertise for storage and disposal facilities.

Collectively, the companies will be even more competitive in the future: as a reliable, internationally experienced partner for the planning and execution of nuclear dismantling projects as a general contractor or for individual projects. Furthermore, the cooperation partners Alpiq and STEAG plan and supply process engineering systems and components for dismantling, and offer projects for the planning and construction of waste treatment plants. With this cooperation, Alpiq is following the strategy to expand its core competences in energy and power plant technology and to seize new growth opportunities.

Alpiq is a leading Swiss electricity supplier and energy services provider with a European focus. The company is active in electricity production as well as energy trading and sales. Alpiq offers its customers comprehensive, efficient energy services for buildings and plants, for transport technology, as well as for power and industrial plants.

Kraftanlagen Heidelberg GmbH, a company of the Alpiq Group, provides full-service solutions for post-operation and dismantling of nuclear installations. In Germany, the company is already involved in dismantling projects, such as the nuclear power plants Würgassen, Obrigheim, Isar 1, Neckarwestheim 1 and Philippsburg 1, and has been active in Switzerland for over 30 years, among others, on projects for CERN in Geneva.

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