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Nuclear energy Asia: China

In the past 30 years, the cooperation between EDF and its Chinese partners has been extended to different fields such as nuclear engineering, construction and operation. EDF is committed to further enhancing its cooperation with Chinese partners so as to satisfy the latest nuclear safety requirements, and thus ensure the competitiveness and sustainability of nuclear power .

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

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... The project capitalised on 35 years of strategic cooperation between EDF and CGN, as well as operating experience from the Flamanville 3 EPR and the complementarity between the French and Chinese nuclear sectors.

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EDF activities in Asia : China, Japan, South Korea

The Representative Office has facilitated bilateral cooperation between EDF and its Japanese and Korean counterparts on various aspects relating to energy production and development, as well as carrying out economic and technological monitoring. Energy is our future, save it !.

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

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... Taishan 1 has benefited from 35 years of strategic cooperation between EDF and CGN, which started with the construction of China's very first commercial nuclear power plant at Daya Bay . Both companies also took advantage of the complementary relationship between the French and Chinese nuclear industries, thereby increasing their knowledge base and offering new business opportunities.

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News | EDF Asie

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... The project capitalised on 35 years of strategic cooperation between EDF and CGN, as well as operating experience from the Flamanville 3 EPR and the complementarity between the French and Chinese nuclear sectors.

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A visible success for EDF Nuclear Suppliers Day 2018 in Mumbai | EDF Asie

This event has been a unique opportunity to identify potential areas of cooperation between French and Indian nuclear suppliers willing to join forces in order to efficiently meet the tremendous localization needs of the Jaitapur project. Energy is our future, save it !.

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Thermal power in Asia: coal and gas fired power plants

EDF is working in cooperation with local electricity generators on joint projects to develop more environmentally friendly thermal power plants in Asia... The joint venture is split between EDF (49 %) and Datang (51 %). EDF holds assets in thermal power plants in Asia to meet ongoing demand for electricity in China and across Asia.

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Daya Bay & Ling Ao Nuclear Power Plant

Between 1984 and 1994, the China General Nuclear Power Group (CGN) contracted EDF to use its engineering know-how to undertake the construction and commissioning of two pressurised water reactors (PWR) -each with 1 000 MW capacity- at the Daya Bay nuclear power plant in Guangdong province. The Daya Bay Nuclear Power Plant -a showcase of French- Chinese cooperation and a blueprint for future developments.

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Fabrice Fourcade becomes EDF's Chief Representative in China and Hervé Machenaud leaves the EDF Group | EDF Asie

After starting his career in administration at the Ministries of Cooperation and Equipment, Hervé Machenaud came to EDF in 1982 working as Deputy Site Manager at Paluel, at the time when the first 1300 MW reactor was just coming online. His career within the Group is distinguished by his pioneering role in the development of EDF in China where he was Technical Director for the construction of the DAYA BAY plant between 1985 and 1989 . Afterwards, in his role as Director of the Centre National d' Equipement Nucléaire (National Centre for Nuclear Equipment or CNEN), he was in charge of both new nuclear projects in France (PALIER N4) and Export (DAYA BAY -LING AO) .

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