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Nuclear power

  • Nuclear - Modification of fire protection for safety buildings at France's 19 nuclear power plants | SPIE

    Nuclear- Modification of fire protection for safety buildings at France's 19 nuclear power plants. EDF CNEPE- the French national centre for electricity generating equipment- has awarded SPIE Nucléaire a contract for the modification of the fire protection systems for safety buildings at France's 19 nuclear power plants
  • SPIE Nucléaire has won a contract for the maintenance of CCTV monitoring equipment at Penly, Paluel, Flamanville, Gravelines, Nogent, Golfech and Chinon nuclear power plants | SPIE

    SPIE Nucléaire has won a contract for the maintenance of CCTV monitoring equipment at Penly, Paluel, Flamanville, Gravelines, Nogent, Golfech and Chinon nuclear power plants... SPIE Nucléaire has won a contract for the maintenance of CCTV monitoring equipment at Penly, Paluel, Flamanville, Gravelines, Nogent, Golfech and Chinon nuclear power plants
  • Nuclear branch - New contract in China | SPIE

    On the strength of successful collaboration since 1996 and after long negotiations, Nuclear Power Qinshan Joint Venture Company (NPQJVC) has renewed its confidence in SPIE Nucléaire by awarding it a contract for the supply of motor-generators for the control rod drive mechanism power supply systems (RAM) required for the extension of Qinshan II power plant, units 3 and 4. The Qinshan plant is located in Zhejiang province on China's east coast, some 200 kilometres south of Shanghai
  • Nuclear branch - Modification of Chooz A ventilation | SPIE

    The EDF decommissioning and environmental engineering centre (CIDEN) has awarded the contract to modify the ventilation systems at Chooz, A in the context of the dismantling of this old nuclear power plant, to a consortium comprising SPIE Nucléaire and Cop & Portier, a Belgian civil engineering firm
  • SPIE Nucléaire will improve the cooling of electrical premises French nuclear | SPIE

    This contract, worth euros 50 million, half for SPIE Nucléaire, is part of the Great Hot EDF project to strengthen the capacity of local cooling of nuclear power plants in hot weather. SPIE Nucléaire (agent) and its Swiss partner Friotherm will aim to carry out this change regarding the entire P4 bearing([ 8 slices sites Paluel (76), Saint Alban (38) and Flamanville (50) ]
  • SPIE Nucléaire obtains a multitechnical contract with EDF CIPN | SPIE

    EDF CIPN -France's Marseille- based engineering centre for operating nuclear power plants- has entrusted SPIE Nucléaire with a multitechnical contract for piping and ventilation, in the context of a project to improve the integrity of fuel buildings at nuclear power plants in service, for EDF's 900 MW and 1 300 MW plant series
  • SPIE Nucléaire wins contract to upgrade fire detection systems at Chinon A3 and Bugey 1 | SPIE

    The EDF decommissioning and environmental engineering centre (CIDEN) has awarded SPIE Nucléaire's Tours office a contract worth a total of about 1 5 million to upgrade fire detection systems at the Chinon A3 and Bugey 1 nuclear power plants which are being decommissioned... The services to be provided entail upgrading the fire detection installations on both sites so the preparation and performance of future dismantling work at these old nuclear power plants can be carried out in complete safety
  • 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 Nucléaire takes charge of maintenance on EDF's Creys Malville site | SPIE

    The Creys Malville nuclear power plant is currently in the decommissioning phase but its installations will require maintenance for another 25 years. In this context, EDF has entrusted SPIE Nucléaire with the preventive and corrective maintenance of the site's industrial installations: the reactor building, INB) (*91, and the fuel building, INB 141. SPIE Nucléaire won this multiannual contract worth 5 million over five years (with half of that sum going to SPIE) in partnership with SIGEDI and CIMAT