Engineering that draws on all the expertise of an architect/integrator
The Group's Engineering business designs, maintains and decommissions power generating plants. The experience and skills of 20,000 Group employees are decisive factors for generating plant performance and safety. Their recognised expertise is exported worldwide and makes the Group a key contributor to the largest international projects.
EDF Engineering designs and manages the construction of power generating plants and industrial facilities. These skills have enabled EDF to design the first EPR nuclear reactor at Flamanville in France, commission the Nam Theun hydropower dam in Vietnam, and build a gas-fired combined-cycle conventional power plant at West Burton in the UK
EDF Engineering supports, maintains and refurbishes power plants and industrial facilities throughout their operating lives in order to boost their performance and maximise their levels of safety and quality. For example, the project now underway to upgrade the Le Havre conventional power plant will extend its operating life until 2035
EDF Engineering decommissions power plants
and industrial facilities that have reached the end of their productive life. All plant decommissioning operations meet the highest standards of safety, security and environmental impact.
Its specialist skills as an architect and maintenance provider for industrial facilities make EDF Engineering a powerful contributor to the ongoing process of production facility upgrading.