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News | EDF Asie

Each project, covered by a Power Purchase Agreement with major multinational companies, is located as close as possible to companies and factories who wish to produce and use their own renewable energy- including Danone, Coca Cola and Nestlé, as well as Chinese industrial Groups such as Wahaha and Wuhan Iron & Steel.

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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 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. 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.

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EDF intends to become Europe's leading e-mobility energy company by 2022. | EDF Asie

EDF intends to become Europe's leading e-mobility energy company by 2022... The EDF Group is launching its Plan Mobilité Electrique (Electric Mobility Plan) in order to become the sector's leading energy company on its four biggest European markets... Through its subsidiary Sodetrel, the Group is aiming to deploy 75 000 charging points and provide its customers in Europe with access to 250 000 interoperable terminals by 2022 . EDF will also be developing novel charging solutions for all customers without access to a parking space, in particular through collaborative innovation initiated by EDF New Business and EDF R&D.

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

Based on high performance equipment combined with solar panels and a smart operating system, the network enables CO2 emissions to be reduced by 20 % compared to the use of individual systems, i .e . up to 70 000 tonnes of CO2 less per year... The two new contracts consolidate the Group position in China and fit in with our strategy CAP 2030, which plans to triple EDF activity abroad in countries with high growth by the year 2030", stated Jean Bernard Lévy, the EDF Group Chairman and Chief Executive.

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

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. 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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Hydroelectricity: EDF hydro engineering, 4 customised service offerings in Asia

Structures designed by the EDF Hydro Engineering Centre... This skill highlights the commitment of the EDF Group and its hydro engineering function to environmental corporate social responsibility (ECSR)... Greenhouse gas emission assessments... EDF commits to successful outcomes by implementing specific business models.

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