As per the Indo-US nuclear commerce deal GE Hitachi has signed an agreement for supplying reactors for an atomic power plant at Kovvada in the south Indian state of Andhra Pradesh.
But India is wary of GE nuclear reactors as they have not been tested before.
India has also signed agreements with Westinghouse Electric Co, Electricite de France SA and Russia's JSC Atomstroyexport for the purchase of nuclear reactors.
India-Russia nuclear cooperation could be a safer option. Russian nuclear reactors are tried and tested and safe, and India wants the same reliability from the nuclear reactors offered by GE and Westinghouse.
India has grand plans to expand its nuclear power generation capacity by 10 fold by 2032.