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EDF is awarded its first nuclear waste treatment contract by SOGIN1 | EDF France

EDF is awarded its first nuclear waste... EDF is awarded its first nuclear waste treatment contract by SOGIN 1... Cyclife 2, an EDF Group subsidiary, and SOGIN, the Italian public company in charge of decommissioning and waste management, have signed an agreement to the tune of 28 million Euros for the treatment of 1 800 tons of metal waste produced during the decommissioning of three nuclear power plants in Italy (Trino, Garigliano and Latina).

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On the occasion of the World Nuclear Exhibition, EDF has signed a set of agreements securing the position of the nuclear decommissioning and radioactive waste management sector | EDF France

On the occasion of the World Nuclear Exhibition, EDF has signed a set of agreements securing the position of the nuclear decommissioning and radioactive waste management sector.

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EDF and VEOLIA conclude a partnership agreement on nuclear plant decommissioning and radioactive waste processing | EDF France

EDF and VEOLIA conclude a partnership agreement on nuclear plant decommissioning and radioactive waste processing.

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Radioactive waste: responsible management | EDF France

As with most industrial operations, nuclear power plants generate waste... The operation, maintenance and decommissioning of nuclear power plants generates very varied types of radioactive waste... The waste derived from nuclear spent fuel reprocessing accounts for most of the remaining 10 % . Highly radioactive, its half-life can reach tens of thousands of years.

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GreenWake: autonomous sensors for monitoring industrial facilities

We were invited by the National Agency for Radioactive Waste Management (ANDRA) to demonstrate our technology under operational conditions at the future nuclear waste burial site in Bures, 500 m underground. The sensors installed should be able to function for more than 100 years .

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EDF and Studsvik sign an agreement in decommissioning and radioactive waste management activities | EDF France

As part of the transaction, EDF and Studsvik have also signed a cooperation agreement in the areas of nuclear decommissioning and waste management... By combining Socodei, its subsidiary for waste treatment situated in France, and Studsvik assets, EDF will be able to offer a wide range of services in waste management and nuclear plant decommissioning and to strengthen its presence in Europe on this growing market.

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Reminder on the amounts provisioned in EDF Group's consolidated accounts for the Cigéo project | EDF France

EDF Group highlights the provisions for long-term radioactive waste management for future expenses relating to the deep storage project Cigéo in its 2014 consolidated accounts. The Note 29 1 2 of Chapter 20 in the 2014 Reference Document sets out the provisions related long-lived medium and high-level waste for which a reversible storage facility in deep geological layers called Cigéo project is planned by the French Law of June 28 2006.

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Details on the technical and financial feasibility of dismantling EDF's nuclear power plants in France | EDF France

With respect to the funding of these operations, EDF would like to point out that French legislation (law of 28 June 2006 on the sustainable management of radioactive material and waste and its implementing provisions) has created a mechanism that is both restrictive for nuclear operators and also secure.

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EDF has announced the acquisition of Oreka Solutions, a start-up specialising in digital solutions for the decommissioning of nuclear power plants | EDF France

This start-up gives added value to the EDF Group portfolio in decommissioning Engineering and radioactive waste management, which also means that the Group can position itself as a main European player in the market of nuclear decommissioning operations. This acquisition has once again shown that, through EDF Nouveaux Business subsidiary, the EDF Group is committed to supporting the development of start-ups that can contribute to enhancing performance .

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Water Horizon, the mobile battery that recovers waste heat

European industrial plants waste around 930 TWh of heat every year; the amount of energy generated by 100 nuclear reactors. has developed a technology to address this problem in the form of a reversible and mobile thermal battery that recovers and transports waste heat .

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