GE Hitachi Nuclear Energy (GEH) has been awarded a three-year contract to participate in the dismantling of two reactors at the Oskarshamn Nuclear Power Plant in Sweden. Historically, the power plant used three boiling water reactors to supply 10 percent of the nation’s electricity. Reactors 1 and 2 are being permanently closed. Unit 1, commissioned in 1972, is scheduled to close this year. Unit 2, commissioned in 1975, was closed in 2015—a modernization project being canceled midstream. GEH will be removing the reactors’ internals and pressure vessels; perhaps the most difficult task in decommissioning since internals are second only to spent fuel for radiological hazards. GEH will dismantle, cut, and pack the internals for disposal. The company has experience in all phases of decommissioning, having previously worked on projects in Japan and the United States. GE’s Predix platform will be used to keep the project running on-time and on-budget. Unit 3 will carry on the work of the plant, providing less costly, climate-friendly electricity through 2045.