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EDF has strengthened its position in China with two new energy service contracts. | EDF Asie

Based on high performance equipment combined with solar panels and a smart operating system, the network enables CO2 emissions to be reduced by 20 % compared to the use of individual systems, i .e . up to 70 000 tonnes of CO2 less per year. It will be jointly operated with the local partner, Changfeng Energy (50 %) .

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EDF boosts its activities in China with agreements to build and operate two offshore wind farms and to optimize a heating and air-conditioning networks in the city of Wuhan | EDF Asie

In China, EDF is now active in all main business segments, all of these helping the Group to support China's energy ambitions whilst reducing CO2 emissions: nuclear, renewables and energy services. Energy is our future, save it !.

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Sanmenxia Urban Heating | EDF Asie

Furthermore, this project contributes to supporting the low carbon development the city as heat recovery from power plants generate no additional dust and CO2 emission. Energy is our future, save it !.

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Lingbao Biomass | EDF Asie

THE ANNUAL AMOUNT OF AVOIDED CO2 EMISSIONS WITH THE BIOMASS HEAT NETWORK... Once completed, this project will be able to avoid the emission of 150 000 tons of CO2 each year.

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Sanya Integrated Energy | EDF Asie

Compared to using individual and isolated systems, the network will reduce CO2 emission by 20 % when completed, equivalent to 70 000 tons less of CO2 each year. In the future, this project also plans to integrate photovoltaic panels into the district energy network .

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Energy services Asia : energy management

Based on high efficiency technologies, this integrated energy system will enable the city of Sanya to reduce its CO2 emission by 20 %. Find out more about our activities.

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The second EPR reactor at China's Taishan nuclear power plant about to enter into commercial operation | EDF Asie

Taishan's two reactors are capable of supplying the Chinese power grid with up to 24 TWh of CO2-free electricity a year, tantamount to the annual electricity consumption of 5 million Chinese users, whilst at the same time preventing the emission of 21 million tons of CO2 a year... The plant will prevent the emission of around 21 million tonnes of CO2 per year.

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