Partners

  • CEA

    The CEA is a leading public body in research, development and innovation. The CEA is active in four main areas: low-carbon energies, defence and security, information technology and health technology. In each of these fields, the CEA maintains a crossdisciplinary culture of engineers and researchers, building on the synergy between fundamental and technological research.

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  • IRSN

    IRSN is the public expert in nuclear and radiological risks for all nuclear facilities. As a research and expert appraisal organisation, IRSN works together with all the parties concerned by nuclear safety, security and radiation protection.

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  • Areva

    AREVA supplies ever safer and more economical solutions for power generation with less carbon: nuclear and renewables. Ranked first in the global nuclear power industry, AREVA’s unique integrated offering covers every stage of fuel cycle, nuclear reactor design and construction and related services.

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  • DCNS

    DCNS has designed, built and supported French Navy nuclear powered vessels for more than 50 years. With a large offer covering engineering, manufacturing and services, DCNS supplies turn-key solutions to the nuclear civil sector. An innovative player in energy, DCNS develops Flexblue, a Subsea Small Modular Reactor.

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  • EDF

    The EDF group is an integrated energy company with a presence in a wide range of electricityrelated businesses: nuclear, renewable and fossil-fuel fired energy production; transmission; distribution; marketing; energy management and efficiency services, along with energy trading. Producing 654 TWh in 2013, EDF is the world’s largest electricity supplier.

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  • Assystem

    ASSYSTEM is an international Engineering and Innovation Consultancy representing 10,200 people worldwide. As a key participant in the nuclear industry for 45 years, Assystem supports its customers in developing their products and managing their capital expenditure throughout the life cycle.

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  • ANDRA

    ANDRA (National Agency for Radioactive Waste Management) ensures the sustainable management of radioactive waste produced in France and provides surface disposal solutions for about 90% of it, in three locations. For highly radioactive waste, ANDRA is designing the construction of a retrievable deep geological repository, called CIGEO and planned to start in 2025. ANDRA operates internationally.

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  • AFNI

    AFNI (France International Nuclear Agency) is your partner to benefit from the experience and know-how of France in the preparation of your nuclear project. AFNI will assist you to set up the necessary nuclear power infrastructures.

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  • I2EN

    The mission of the International Institute of Nuclear Energy (I2EN) is to provide the best training solutions for human resources development in nuclear energy to foreign partners of France. Above all, it is important that it shares best practices in safety.

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  • INSTN

    The INSTN stands out as a specifically nuclear oriented higher education institution. As part of the CEA, the INSTN draws on the scientific potential of this leading institution in the nuclear field. The INSTN is a key member of the European Nuclear Education Network (ENEN).

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