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EDF submits a non-binding preliminary offer to the Polish Government for the construction of 4 to 6 EPR reactors in Poland, with a total capacity of 6.6 to 9.9 GWe | EDF France

EDF submits a non- binding preliminary offer to the Polish Government for the construction of 4 to 6 EPR reactors in Poland, with a total capacity of 6 6 to 9 9 GWe... On 13 October 2021 EDF submitted a non- binding preliminary offer to the Polish government for the supply contract of Engineering Procurement and Construction (EPC) activities for four (4) to six (6) EPR reactors in Poland, representing respectively a total installed capacity of 6 6 to 9 9 GWe across two (2) to three (3) sites.

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EDF is announcing the signing of an agreement with PGE for the sale of EDF Polska's assets | EDF France

This perimeter represents a total installed capacity of 4 4 GWth and 1 4 GWe . It also includes the heat distribution networks of Czechnica, Torun, Zawidawie and Zielona Gora. The Wroclaw plant, the plants and heat distribution networks of Czechnica, Zawidawie and Zielona Gora are held indirectly through a 50 % + 1 share stake via the Kogeneracja company .

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EDF finalizes the disposal of EDF Polska's assets to PGE | EDF France

This perimeter represents a total installed capacity of 4 4 GWth and 1 4 GWe . It also includes the heat distribution networks of Czechnica, Torun, Zawidawie and Zielona Gora. The Wroclaw plant, the cogeneration plants and heat distribution networks of Czechnica, Zawidawie and Zielona Gora are held indirectly through a 50 % + 1 share stake via Kogeneracja .

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Nuclear | Inde

On 22 April 2021, EDF submitted to NPCIL (Nuclear Power Corporation of India) the French binding techno-commercial offer to develop six (6) EPR reactors at the Jaitapur site, Maharashtra, India with an installed capacity of 9 6 GWe . The plant would be the most powerful in the world. This major milestone for EDF, its partners and the French nuclear industry will enable discussions aimed at converging towards a binding framework agreement in the coming months .

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