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Nuclear energy Asia: China

In 2008, as the first foreign investor in the nuclear sector in China, in cooperation with its partner CGN group, EDF participates in the development, construction and operation of Taishan project which is now commissioning the first EPR reactor in the world... 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 first of two EPR reactors at China's Taishan nuclear power plant enters into commercial operation | EDF Asie

The Taishan project also illustrates our approach to developing EPRs worldwide, in cooperation with valued partners such as CGN. Energy is our future, save it !.

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News | EDF Asie

The Taishan project also illustrates our approach to developing EPRs worldwide, in cooperation with valued partners such as CGN. Publish on 05/12/2018.

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EDF activities in Asia : China, Japan, South Korea

Since 2005, both EDF activities in Japan and South Korea have been focusing on coordinating exchanges and projects with the company's Japanese and Korean partners in line with its overall low-carbon strategy. EDF has been working in China for more than 30 years, starting with its participation as technical head of construction in Daya Bay -China's first nuclear power plant project.

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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. 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.

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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

The cooperation agreement signed with China Energy Investment, a leading industrial player on China's electricity market, concerns EDF's acquisition of a stake in the Dongtai IV and V offshore wind projects, located off the coast of Jiangsu Province north of Shanghai. EDF boosts its activities in China with.

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The EDF Group commissions solar and wind plants in India | EDF Asie

Acting through its subsidiary EDF Energies Nouvelles, the EDF Group is continuing to grow its renewable energy business in India with the commissioning of three solar facilities... Forging ahead with a growing solar energy portfolio. With a total capacity of 87 MWp, the three new solar plants cover the annual energy requirements of 120 000 Indian households.

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