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Taishan 1, world's first EPR connected to the grid | EDF Asie

Taishan 1, world's first EPR connected to the grid. Taishan 1, world's first EPR connected to the grid... On the 29th of June at 17: 59 local time, Taishan 1 reactor located in China became the first EPR* reactor in the world to be successfully connected to the grid... It is operated by TNPJVC, a joint venture established between CGN (51 %), EDF (30 %) and the provincial Chinese electricity company Yuedian (19 %) . The construction of Taishan 1 began in 2009, whilst that of Taishan 2 began in 2010 . These two units were respectively the third and fourth EPR reactors to have started being built worldwide.

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Consortium of EDF, Masdar and Green of Africa named as successful bidder for Morocco's landmark Noor Midelt I solar project with an installed capacity of 800 MW, a world first hybrid solar and storage technology | EDF Asie

The combined operation of photovoltaic and CSP* technologies increases the plant's output to produce a flexible, dispatchable and competitive electricity for the Moroccan grid until five hours after sunset. The plant will be located 20km north of the town of Midelt in central Morocco, in the high plains surrounding the Moulouya River and between the Middle and High Atlas Mountains .

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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 Taishan project is led by TNPJVC, a joint-venture founded by CGN (51 %), EDF (30 %) and the Chinese utility Guangdong Energy Group (19 %) . The EDF Group and its subsidiary Framatome supplied the EPR technology for the plant .

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EDF launches the first French microgrid demonstrator operational in Singapore | EDF Asie

EDF, Enedis and the Nanyang Technological University, Singapore (NTU Singapore) have launched the MASERA microgrid project (Microgrid for Affordable and Sustainable Electricity in Remote Areas), as part of the Singapore International Energy Week (SIEW) and the 2018 France Singapore Year of Innovation.

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The EDF Group has inaugurated two ground breaking energy transition projects in the United Kingdom: the off-shore wind farm in Blyth and the battery storage facility in West Burton | EDF Asie

The 49 MW battery storage facility located at West Burton B power station is the largest project in the new frequency control system which will be deployed across the UK to improve stability of the national grid. Against the backdrop of extensive development of renewable energy generation and the closure of ageing power plants, battery storage technology supports stability of the grid and can be used for rapid response to fluctuations in grid frequency.

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Another milestone has been accomplished in the development of the Son My 1 combined-cycle gas power plant project (2250 MW) in Vietnam. | EDF Asie

It is aligned with Vietnam's energy diversification policy while fulfilling a dual purpose: meeting the growing demand for electricity and reducing the proportion of coal in Vietnam's energy mix (34 %) in favour of gas and renewables... EDF has also conducted feasibility surveys for the power transmission grid in Cambodia and Thailand, the construction of a 140- km high-voltage line in Laos, and optimised design studies for the Indonesian grid.

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Energy services Asia : energy management

EDF China R&D Center provides support for sustainable city numerical model, renewable energy, smart grid as well as charging system for electrical vehicle, in order to bring technical support both to the Group and our Chinese partners... In 2017, EDF signed a concession contract with the municipality of Lingbao (Henan province) to build and operate a to supply heating and electricity to local households and industrial areas.

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

Taishan's two reactors are capable of supplying the Chinese power grid with up to 24 TWh of CO 2- 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 CO 2 a year. The Taishan project is being led by TNPJVC, a joint venture founded by CGN (51 %), EDF (30 %) and a regional Chinese utility called Yuedian (19 %) . The EDF Group and its Framatome subsidiary supplied the third-generation EPR technology, which meets the highest international safety standards .

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2019 half-year results | EDF Asie

-Solar win of the first phase of a solar project in Morocco (800MW) with an innovative hybrid solar-storage technology commissioning of the EDF group's first solar power plant in Mexico (119 6MWp) signature of four electricity sale contracts for 716MWp of solar in India (50/50 JV with Total Eren... -India (smart grid.

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EDF International Networks' core business: Asian activities in electricity networks

Smart Grids and the integration of renewables in the Peruvian electricity network. The mission: establishing the regulatory framework required for the deployment of smart grids and for the integration of renewable energies in the Peruvian electricity network for the Minister of Energy. Our experts have proceeded to an audit of the current situation, at an international benchmark, and have elaborated: -a complete Smart Grids roadmap- recommendations for the definition of the regulatory framework destined to include smart networks (communicating meters, electric mobility, automation) and renewable energies (decentralized electricity production) in the Peruvian electricity network.

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