Framatome features its high-end technologies and innovative solutions in nuclear services, fuel, heavy equipment manufacturing, instrumentation and control systems, and large projects. The conference is the first international nuclear exhibition taking place in person, in line with local health and safety measures, since the onset of the COVID-19 epidemic.
“The highlight of our participation is focused on resilience and responsibility,” said Monique Vanvi, president of Framatome China. “Facing the unprecedented severe challenge of the COVID-19 epidemic in 2020, Framatome has made a concerted effort to stick to its commitment to customers and ensure the stability of China's supply chain,”
Framatome has taken decisive measures to help ensure Chinese nuclear facilities continue to produce a stable supply of electricity, which is crucial for fighting the epidemic. As the domestic epidemic situation improved; Framatome’s localized services with its with Chinese Partners and re-opened sites and factories very quickly under strict sanitary conditions.
Nuclear power has always been a key area of cooperation in China’s Opening-up, as well as an area of in-depth cooperation with France. Framatome has always coexisted and prospered with the development of China's nuclear power. Mrs. Vanvi said that, “We are optimistic about the future of China's nuclear power development and are willing to work with Chinese partners to contribute to low-carbon energy development and a better life in a better environment.”
Framatome is an international leader in nuclear energy recognized for its innovative solutions and value added technologies for the global nuclear fleet. With worldwide expertise and a proven track record for reliability and performance, the company designs, services and installs components, fuel, and instrumentation and control systems for nuclear power plants. Its more than 14,000 employees work every day to help Framatome’s customers supply ever cleaner, safer and more economical low-carbon energy.
Framatome is owned by the EDF Group (75.5%), Mitsubishi Heavy Industries (MHI – 19.5%) and Assystem (5%).