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The first of two EPR reactors at China's Taishan nuclear power plant enters into commercial operation | EDF FR

Comprising two 1750- MW EPR reactors, Taishan nuclear power plant is the biggest cooperation project to have taken place between China and France in the energy sector... Two 1750- MW EPR reactors, the most powerful in the world.

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

Comprising two 1750- MW EPR reactors, Taishan nuclear power plant is the biggest cooperation project to have taken place between China and France in the energy sector... 2 1750 -MW EPR reactors, the most powerful in the world.

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Consultation of the EDF Central Works Council (Comité Central d'Entreprise) on the Hinkley Point C project | EDF FR

Since the signing on October 21 2015 of the Strategic Investment Agreement between EDF and China General Nuclear Power Corporation (CGN), which defined the principal terms of their partnership for the construction and operation of two 1600 MW EPR reactors at Hinkley Point C (HPC), discussions have continued which have led to the successful finalisation of contract documents in their stable form.

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Designing and building the nuclear plant of tomorrow | EDF FR

With its 1 650 -MW capacity, the EPR will be the most powerful reactor in the world, with improved yield... a more efficient use of fuel: constant production of electricity, a 17 % reduction in fuel consumption in comparison to 1 300 -MW reactors.

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Design and construction | EDF FR

Will be more powerful than the most recent reactors (1 650 MW compared with 1 450 MW. Will consume 17 % less fuel.

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Industrial Way Forward Agreement signed between the EDF Group and the Indian energy company NPCIL for the implementation of 6 EPRs in Jaitapur | EDF FR

EPR reactors- with a generating capacity of 1600 MW per unit- are particularly suitable for a country undergoing rapid growth and equipped with a mature electricity system such as in India. *French association for rules pertaining to the design, construction and in-service Monitoring of equipment for monitoring of equipment used for nuclear steam supply systems to generate electricity.

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EDF renewable energy : smart solutions around the world | EDF Group

EDF is active in 3 key sectors: nuclear power (construction project of six EPR reactors in Jaitapur), renewable energy (photovoltaic projects in Rajasthan, solar farm in Gujarat, hydroelectric projects in the north-west of India) and services (smart meters and grids)... In addition, EDF has expressed its interest in supporting Poland's new nuclear power programme by submitting a non- binding preliminary offer for engineering studies, equipment and the construction of EPR reactors in Poland.

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THE EDF GROUP ANNOUNCES COMMISSIONING OF THE DONGTAI V OFFSHORE WIND FARM IN CHINA | EDF FR

Nuclear: under a joint venture with China General Nuclear Power Corporation (CGN), the Group builds and operates both EPR reactors at the Taishan nuclear power plant (3 5 GW) . The first of these reactors was commissioned in December 2018 and the second in September 2019 . The facility provides low-carbon electricity to around 5 million Chinese consumers.

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Flamanville EPR: optimised project management and a new timetable | EDF FR

The EPR (European Pressurised Reactor) is a third-generation reactor: the most powerful in the world at 1650 MW, and the most advanced in terms of nuclear safety and performance. A major construction project launched in December 2007, Flamanville EPR brings together all stakeholders in the French nuclear industry, with close to 4000 employees and 150 partner companies working on site .

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

EDF has concluded a contract with the town of Lingbao (750 000 inhabitants in the province of Henan in the centre of the country) to build and operate a 35- MW biomass cogeneration plant for 30 years... Nuclear power: within the framework of a joint venture with CGN, the Group has developed 2 EPRs on the site of Taishan.

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