Feb. 21 (Bloomberg) -- U.K. companies including Rolls-Royce Group Plc, Serco Group Plc and WS Atkins Plc are interested in a project to build the world’s biggest power station at Jaitapur, on India’s west coast, the London-based Times reported, citing John McNamara, a spokesman for Britain’s Nuclear Industry Association.
A U.K. trade delegation arrives in India today to discuss the project to build six large reactors with a total capacity of 9,900 megawatts, the newspaper said.
The delegation is led by Barbara Judge, a former chairman of the U.K. Atomic Energy Authority, and Keith Parker, the nuclear association’s chief executive officer, the Times said.
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