Bulgaria will invite Russia’s Rosatom, China’s CNNC and Korea Hydro & Nuclear Power Co to file binding offers to become strategic investors in its 10 billion euro ($11.1 billion) Belene nuclear power project by the end of April, its energy minister said. France’s Framatome, a unit of EDF, and General Electric, which had offered to provide equipment for the project and arrange financing, will also be part of the process, Energy Minister Temenuzhka Petkova said on Thursday. General Electric has offered a steam turbine, while Framatome is seeking to provide monitoring and controls systems for the 2,000 megawatt plant on the Danube River.
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