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GSE Solutions inks contract to provide updated regulatory training for nuclear operators

The company will assist two nuclear power plants in meeting evolving regulatory requirements without unnecessarily interfering with daily operation.

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GSE Solutions (NASDAQ:GVP) inked contracts to provide regulatory training and program engineering services for a nuclear operator in the southern United States.

The company will assist two nuclear power plants in meeting evolving regulatory requirements without unnecessarily interfering with daily operation. The company will provide services over a six to 18 month period for two nuclear plants in the United States. One of the world’s largest utility companies owns these plants.

“We are pleased to win these contracts with one of the leading nuclear plant operators in the world. This contract highlights the sales efforts we’ve been focused on, pitching and offering customers both engineering services and workforce solutions, as well as the steady increase in activity from our customers. These contract awards also reflect the need for nuclear power to rapidly upskill their workforce and drive greater efficiency across operations as they work towards clean energy goals,” said Kyle Loudermilk, President and Chief Executive Officer of GSE Solutions.

GSE touts itself as the future of operational excellence for the power industry. It uses top talent and tech to provide workplace solutions and engineering for the future of clean energy. The company’s solutions include design and analysis, systems and sim, as well as programs and performance.

Additionally, it includes technical staffing and training to help the industry mitigate risk factors, extend the profitable optimal performance of plants. It’s also been around for five decades and has a footprint spanning 50 countries and 1,100 installations.

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Meeting regulatory training demands

GSE will be engaging in integrated systems training and initial licensed and non-license operator training programs. The company will also be preparing prospective employees for Nuclear Regulatory Commission (NRC) examinations.

”Our deep bench of workforce professionals and unique expertise in high-end engineering services allows us the opportunity to effectively cross sell into industry, and these wins demonstrate those efforts.  GSE has been helping customers for years and is known for our reliability and significant positive impact on helping client operations focus on clean-energy production and decarbonization initiatives,” said Loudermilk

The company will also be revising instructional materials to match plant design updates, current plant practices, regulations and operational philosophies. Additionally, the revised materials will assist operator training and testing. Finally, GSE will American Society of Mechanical Engineers Inservice Testing, updates and procedures in accordance with federal regulations, and to keep up with evolving industry requirements.

 

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