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Nuclear power

  • SPIE awarded top honours by its client partner EDF | SPIE

    Every year, the Nuclear Generation Division of the EDF Group organises a challenge to showcase the best innovations implemented at its nuclear power plants. This brings together the teams involved in EDF's nuclear activities, including power stations, engineering and R&D units, business associations and the Group's industrial partners involved in maintenance and logistics across the nuclear plants
  • David Guillon appointed Managing Director of SPIE Nucléaire | SPIE

    Beyond the Grand Carénage programme for French nuclear power stations, launched by EDF in 2016, which offers very good business prospects for the coming years, David Guillon wants SPIE Nucléaire to follow the principle of developing its customer portfolio and expertise. We must also increase our collaboration with other major players in the industry, such as Areva and the CEA, says David Guillon
  • SPIE Awarded Contract at Arlington's Gloucester Business Park to Design and Install Incoming Building Services | SPIE

    The park, which was officially opened in September 2000, is now home to over 72 companies including Direct Wines, Horizon Nuclear Power, Ageas, NHS Gloucestershire, GTEM and BAE. contactS
  • 2018 full-year results | SPIE

    Activity in Belgium was very dynamic across most divisions and EBITA margin was solid although below 2017 level due to weak nuclear maintenance activities... Oil & Gas and Nuclear... In Nuclear Services, Grand Carénage activity was strong in 2018 and the Flamanville EPR contract generated more activity than planned
  • ITER awards SPIE the maintenance contract for its buildings and infrastructure for the next four years | SPIE

    Result of an unprecedented collaboration between major world powers) (*,this first reactor designed to explore nuclear fusion as a carbon-free energy source represents a major challenge for electricity production. Two-fold expertise for a future project