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Part of the 2017 socio-economic impact study by PricewaterhouseCoopers focussed on economic effects and the establishment of high-tech clusters.
Geographically, most of the impact during the construction takes place internationally (64% of the total impact), while Belgium benefits from 36% of the total impact. This corresponds with the Belgian federal government’s decision to finance 40% of the project, opening up the balance for interested international partners.
Sector-wise, the “architectural and engineering activities; technical testing and analysis” sector benefits the most from MYRRHA’s construction, with 65% of total benefits.
From the exploitation of Phase 1 (linac up to 100 MeV) onwards, economic activity will include: