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SAVE THE DATE –World Nuclear Exhibition moves to the summer (28-30 June 2016)

Thomas ILHE - 02-févr.-2016 09:44:57
Following on from its successful launch, the World Nuclear Exhibition (WNE) will be held for the second time from 28 th to 30 th June 2016 at Paris Le Bourget, hall 2B. Larger and more international, it will occupy 50% more space and is expected to attract over 10,000 visitors from all around the world.   Highly international and business oriented, this biennial event covers the entire civil nuclear industry and will enable all those involved to present their know-how, to discuss experiences and best practices, to forge partnerships, to find new suppliers and to build their exports.   “The civil nuclear industry in the global energy mix” is the theme of the second WNE . Extending the operating lives and maintaining existing power plants, new projects and future technologies, the fuel cycle, finance, skills and training… These are the key themes that will be addressed during the various events and high points that will take place during WNE 2016: the Awards Ceremony, panel discussions, exhibitor workshops followed by networking sessions, business meetings, side events for professionals and visits to industrial sites.   New in 2016…   Innovation and technologies at the heart of the event   The nuclear industry is a high tech industry in which research and innovation play major roles. Being held for the second time, WNE will shine the spotlight on the companies that ensure the industry’s excellence by organizing a wide ranging support programme:   Innovation Planet, dedicated to young, innovative companies from all over the world. An innovation competition, culminating in an awards ceremony , Meet the Experts, informal discussions with technical experts.    Focus on training requirements and employment   Modelled on the 2014 “Business opportunities”, sessions will be offered to countries with specific training needs. Given that the industry requires highly qualified employees, it is not always easy for countries that are new entrants to nuclear power to ensure that they have the right human resources. The Training Planet is designed to respond to these needs.   Indian companies which attended in 2014 WNE ·          HI-NUC ENGINEERING PVT. LTD., ·          INDREN SERVICES PVT. LTD. ·          GREENSTAR IMPEX PVT. LTD   ·          HEMENDRA METAL INDUSTRIES ·          CONFIGURATOR SOLUTIONS ·          CORE ENERGY SYSTEMS PVT. LTD ·          HI-NUC ENGINEERING PVT. LTD., ·          INDO FRENCH HIGH TECH EQUIPMENTS VIP : ·          WIPRO TECHNOLOGIES ·          LARSEN & TOUBRO LIMITED MIP : ·          EMBASSY OF INDIA, PARIS, ATOMIC ENERGY WING Major global companies which have already confirmed their participation in 2016 edition -           EDF/France -           AREVA/France -           ROSATOM / Russia -           WESTINGHOUSE / USA -           MITSUBISHI / MHI / Japan -           ASLTOM / France -           ASSYSTEM / France -           ROLL’S ROYCE / UK -           CGN / CHINA -           CNNC / CHINA International pavillons in WNE 2016 -          US, CANADA, UK, CHINA, SOUTH KOREA, POLAND, FINLAND, SPAIN, BELGIUM, JAPAN, RUSSIA, ARGENTINA To find out more about the exhibition, please visit www.world-nuclear-exhibition.com/en/Home/      Press contacts Nathalie Laurent nathalie.laurent@nereides-conseils.fr Nathalie Vinatier nathalie.vinatier@ nereides-conseils.fr

French nuclear delegation to attend 7th edition of India Nuclear Energy Exhibition

Thomas ILHE - 15-sept.-2015 08:48:52
  The French pavilion at the India Nuclear Energy exhibition will host seventeen companies from the nuclear sector and two professional federations under the French pavilion organized by Business France at the INE 2015 exhibition. Besides attending the exhibition, they will meet key players like Larsen & Toubro, Areva and NPCIL.   The French nuclear sector is a cutting-edge industry with three major operators: Areva, EDF and Alstom. During the Indian Prime Ministers official visit to France in April 2015, considerable progress has been made on negotiations on the Jaitapur project. AREVA signed a Pre-engineering Agreement (PEA) with the Nuclear Power Corporation of India Limited (NPCIL) and a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) with & Larsen & Toubro, to prepare for the EPR reactor licensibility in India and increase localization, within the frame of the “Make in India” policy. In addition to these major industrial operators, the French nuclear industry boasts a network of different types of suppliers offering special products and services. The French nuclear industry’s turnover is € 46 billion of which € 5.6 billion is the contribution from exports. It employs 220,000 people and France is the leader in Europe and has second position worldwide in terms of nuclear power generation (with 58 standardized reactors). The Indian government is increasingly introducing initiatives to accelerate the development of civil nuclear power, making the sector a key priority to meet the energy needs of the country with limited impact on the environment. Indias current annual output of nuclear generated power is 5.78 GW, which it aims to increase to 14.6 GW in 2020 and 63 GW in 2032. The country is therefore set to become the second biggest market for new reactors between 2015 and 2032. India also offers opportunities in terms of maintaining and extending the service life of its current capacity, most of which is Pressurized Heavy Water Reactor (PHWR). There are ample opportunities for French companies interested to work in the Indian nuclear market by developing their contacts and preparing their offer for the upcoming tenders. Since 2010, the French pavilion has the biggest and most visible international presence at the India Nuclear Energy exhibition organized by UBM. The French pavilion is set up in partnership with two federations: AIFEN (stand G45 - Association des Industriels Français Exportateurs du Nucléaire) representing over 300 companies and major French associations (GIIN, Nucleopolis, PFCE, PFME, PNB). These companies (from VSEs/SMEs to large groups) represent all links in the nuclear industry chain from fuel production to dismantling, engineering, technology, components, generation and research. They are involved in power generation, creating research reactors, science, medical applications and water propulsion. G.I.I.N. (stand G45 - Groupe Intersyndical de l ’ Industrie Nucléaire) is an association of professional federations and organizations involved in the nuclear industry. As a coordinator of professional organizations, G.I.I.N. is a representative body defending interests against operators and authorities, while also providing access to information on the industry. G.I.I.N. also enables people to attend collective actions (exhibitions, conferences, etc.) and facilitates access to markets in France and abroad. The following companies will be present in the 161 m² space of the French pavilion (Ground floor of the Nehru Centre) at the INE 2015 event:      Company Stand n° & Website Activity    BUSINESS FRANCE G-45 - www.businessfrance.fr French reception area Helping French companies export and foreign companies set up business in France      AREVA G51 - www.areva.com AREVA is a world leader in nuclear power. The group’s offer to utilities covers every stage of the nuclear fuel cycle, reactor design and construction, and operating services.       APAVE G 45 - www.apave-international.com Inspection, Consultancy, Training, Engineering, Testing and Metrology . Works with L&T in India    CMR GROUP G30 - www.cmr-group.com Provides solutions for sensors, wiring harnesses and instrumentation    DAHER VALVES G47 - www.daher.com Has developed a comprehensive and qualified range of nuclear valves offering a low radioactive dose level, a low maintenance cost and complying always with the highest safety requirements.    EDF G42 – www.edf.fr The EDF Group is the world’s leading electricity company. Its business covers all electricity related activities, from Generation to networks and commerce.   GEORGIN G49 - www.georgin.com Manufacturing and selling 2 products lines: pressure & temperature switches and transmitters adapted for harsh environments.   HYD & AU G33 - www.hyd-et-au.com Supplier of hydraulic components, hydraulic cylinders, complete hydraulic solutions, provision of hydraulic services, electrical equipment boxes and automated systems, complete electrical installations, design and production of special machines.   JEUMONT ELECTRIC G50 - www.jeumontelectric.com Jeumont Electrics offer for nuclear power plants comprises of supplying generators for emergency gensets, motors for reactor coolant pumps, motors for auxiliary or safety equipment and the services associated to those suppliers, originating from Jeumont Electric or other manufacturers.   JST TRANSFORMATEURS G45 - www.jst-transformers.eu Experience in design, manufacturing, and maintenance of electric transformers   LATTY G32 - www.latty.com Designer and manufacturer of industrial sealing solutions (mechanical seals, mechanical packings, preformed packing rings, gaskets, GEM gaskets metal-to-metal contact) to be used in all segments of industrial activities.   MIRION TECHNOLOGIES G29 - www.mirion.com Design and manufacture modular Electrical penetrations assemblies (EPA’s), which operate reliably over the sixty year design life of a reactor, while safety passing electrical circuits and optical fibers, through the reactor containment vessel wall and still maintaining its integrity during harsh environments.   NOVINTEC G45 – www.novintec.com Manufacturer of components, modules and sub-systems, specified in a wide range of Aircraft; Helicopters, Space programmes, Formula 1 and Rally Teams, Nuclear and other Process Industries.   NUVIA G26 - http://en.nuvia.fr (outside French Pavilion but will be part of the B2B program prior to the exhibition) Intervenes throughout nuclear facilities’ lifecycles, from construction to decommissioning including operation and maintenance, through the three fields of activities: engineering, services and works and products. Their activities cover civil engineering, mechanics, waste management, radiation protection including nuclear measurement, fire and flood protection.   REEL G48 - www.reel.fr Designs, manufactures and services lifting & handling equipment needed for industrial activities in nuclear power, from uranium enrichment plant, fabrication of fuel, through power reactor construction & services to reprocessing plant and depository sites. REEL supplies fuel handling systems (FHS) for nuclear power plants, proposes all equipment as an integrated system dedicated to safe and efficient core loading/unloading operations.   SEGAULT G52 - www.segault.fr Designs and manufactures valves answering extreme service conditions in nuclear petrochemical and also for aeronautical test benches.   STAÜBLI G45 - www.staulbli.fr Offers a range of connection solutions for all fields within the nuclear industry. A highly safe, reliable couplings, multi-couplings and equipped hoses are designed for sensitive applications such as quick connection of fluid and electricity circuits, both manually and remotely, as well as energy supply, breathing air supply, filling and draining, contaminated fluid sampling and transfer of effluences.   WEIR G53 - www.weirpowerindustrial.com WEIR, under brands SEBIM ™ & SARASIN-RSBD ™ , design and manufacture high performance nuclear valves, suitable for all types of nuclear reactors.   You may also find all the information regarding the French delegation prior to the exhibition on the mini website link below available in English and French. http://events-export.businessfrance.fr/india-nuclear-energy-en/ http://ubifrance-events.com/india-nuclear-energy-fr/ Please come and visit us on the French Pavilion to meet the representatives of the French delegation and learn more about their expertise. For further information: BUSINESS FRANCE (stand G45) Emmanuel GALLAND Nuclear Industry project manager Tel.: +33 (0)4 96 17 25 34 E-mail: emmanuel.galland@businessfrance.fr Website: www.youbuyfrance.fr BUSINESS FRANCE (stand G45) Kushal SENGUPTA Trade Advisor (Industry & Cleantech) Tel.: +91-22-66 69 40 27 E-mail: kushal.sengupta@businessfrance.fr Website: www.youbuyfrance.fr

AREVA SIGNS AGREEMENTS FOR THE DEVELOPMENT OF THE JAITAPUR NUCLEAR POWER PLANT PROJECT

Thomas ILHE - 21-avr.-2015 11:48:24
  During the visit of Narendra Modi, Prime Minister of India, in France, AREVA signed two agreements with its Indian partners for the preparation of the Jaitapur EPR project.  In the presence of Prime Minister Modi and French President François Hollande, AREVA signed a Pre-engineering Agreement (PEA) contract with the Indian operator Nuclear Power Corporation of India Limited (NPCIL) for the preparation of EPR licensibility in India for the Jaitapur project. These studies will also enable both companies to finalize the technical configuration of the project. AREVA and Larsen & Toubro (L&T), India’s largest engineering and construction conglomerate, also signed a memorandum of understanding to explore avenues of collaboration for the future Jaitapur project. In February 2009, AREVA and NPCIL signed a Memorandum of Understanding for a partnership in nuclear power generation to build up to six EPR reactors at the Jaitapur site. A General Framework Agreement for the construction of the first two EPR reactors was signed in December 2010.   Source: http://india.areva.com/EN/home-1327/india-areva-signs-agreements-for-the-development-of-the-jaitapur-nuclear-power-plant-project.html

The Lille region of northern France has set an exceptional precedence of transition

Ridhima Verma - 17-mars-2015 11:04:56
  A transformation   The Lille Region of northern France has set an exceptional precedence of transition   F rance, once at the centre stage of the Industrial Revolution, has been witnessing another revolution of a kind across its industrial ecosystem. For over two decades, some of the regions of this European nation have been undergoing a metamorphosis. Leading from the front is its Lille Region. Once known for its textile mills and coal mines, this northern region of France has been under transformation, with the traditional businesses gradually giving way to the services sector, led by technology clusters and innovation centres. Most importantly, the transition has been smooth and seamless, even as there have been concerted efforts to preserve the vital component of heritage.   This strategically located region, backed by its well-developed infrastructure and human resource pool, has been attracting businesses from across the world. The region’s specific clusters and innovation hubs, spanning over areas like information and communication technologies ( ict ), multi-media, digital arts, technical textiles, retail & logistics, healthcare, plastics and green business are not only attracting matured enterprises, but also offering customised incubation and promotional facilities for aspiring entrepreneurs and businesses.   Global names like ibm , Microsoft, Capgemini, Amazon, Coca-Cola, dhl , Fedex, Bayer Healthcare, gsk Vaccines, Nestlé, Toyota, Thyssen Krupp, etc, have made their presence felt in this region. Throughout the 1960s and 1970s, the region, faced with a difficult period after the decline of the coal, mining and textile industries, is all set to script a remarkable turnaround story. Indian it major Tata Consultancy Services, which has been in France for over a decade now, also put up its office in February 2013 in Euratechnologies, a high-tech cluster and incubator, dedicated to the ict sector. Closer to the city of Lille, Euratechnologies has emerged as an ict centre for excellence, providing a central location for businesses, start-ups, laboratories and educational institutions through a range of innovative services.   The centre has come up in a textile manufacturing mill, without upsetting the basic building structure. it has been renovated and currently hosts over 150 ict -related companies, including 70 start-ups and five major ones including tcs, ibm and Microsoft. In just five years of its operation, the cluster, having promoted on the ppp model, has created 3,000 new jobs. The cluster is looking to attract 500 technology companies with 6,000 employees by 2018. “In a short span of time, our project has generated a phenomenal response,” says Raouti Chehih, ceo, Euratechnologies. “We have managed to create one of the biggest ecosystems in digital technologies. In fact, currently, we boast the world’s largest incubator.” Euratechnologies, which clocked a turnover of over € 200 million recently, is aiming to double the same in the next three years.   “Being present at Euratechnologies enables us to enjoy the right kind of ecosystem and manpower availability for catering to the needs of our customers,” says Nicolas Sohier, director, France sales, tcs . “Backed by a series of advantages, we have been effectively as well as competitively able to service our customers in the retail sector. Moreover, we also reap the benefits of networking with companies present in the cluster.” tcs, which has got 35 employees now, intends to expand itself into a larger office over the years. The company has been operating in France since 1992 and has over 50  clients across various industries. It  has significantly strengthened its  position through local hiring and investments in recent years.    In recognition of these initiatives, it was also conferred the special award for investment and innovation by the Greater Paris Investment Agency in 2012. In June last year, the company acquired Alti sa , an it services company in France, for a value of € 75 million in an all-cash transaction. The French company, a leading technology services firm, has strong expertise in it services, including enterprise solutions, assurance and crm solutions. This acquisition has further strengthened tcs ’ ability and footprint to service its customers in France and other regions in Europe. “This acquisition underlines our long-term, strategic commitment to France, which is the third-largest it services market in Europe. I am confident that this acquisition will help us accelerate our growth and presence in France,” says N. Chandrasekaran, ceo & managing director, tcs .     Turn around   Another Indian company that has made its presence felt in northern France is Titagarh Wagons Ltd ( twl ), which took over the manufacturing facility of Arbel Fauvet Rail ( afr ) in July 2010. The century-old French company, which specialised in designing and making specialised tank cars, containers, bogies and wagons, had filed for bankruptcy and went into liquidation in 2010. Though the company had been facing tough times following the increasing cost of production as also growing competition, the eurozone crisis in 2007 finally derailed its train journey.    The French subsidiary has successfully been turned around in the last couple of years even as its turnover has witnessed a phenomenal jump to around € 40 million in 2014 from just € 2 million (annualised) in 2010. The unit, with the capacity to produce 2,000 wagons/annum, is located over an area of 42 acres at Douai in northern France, considered a hub for Europe’s railway industry. In fact, it is a part of Lille’s I-Trans rail cluster which also hosts players like Alstom, Bombardier and Siemens.   “For us, afr stood out because it was an excellent facility with good equipment and skilled labour,” says Umesh Choudhary, managing director, twl . “Its location in the north of France was also desirable as the region was famous for its rail technology, especially design capabilities. And the region offers true potential in terms of recruitment thanks to excellent training programmes in sustainable transportation.”   “Our experience of working with France has been fruitful,” adds Sunil Kanojia, group ceo, Sintex Industries Ltd. “We also have a plant in the northern part. The working team, the leadership and the administration, all have been supportive and committed.” Sintex acquired a French company, Nief Plastics, in 2007 for € 31 million. The company has five plants in France and a topline of € 220 million. It has been supplying composites to Thryssenkrupp, Areva, Alstom and Renault, among others.   “Over the years, our cluster approach has worked quite well in transforming this northern region into a major investment destination – not only in France but in the whole of Europe,” says Omar Layachi, project manager, Nord France Invest. “With an ecosystem conducive to doing business, more than 1,500 foreign-owned companies are already doing business here.” Nord France Invest, the investment promotion agency for Lille, is responsible for promoting this region, and providing a suitable atmosphere for industries has been instrumental in putting the region on the investment map of France. The region has emerged as the third largest location in terms of fdi with a presence of 1,300 businesses and employing 100,000  people across diverse industries.   While the ict cluster Euratechnologies has emerged as the largest incubator, other clusters in related sectors are not far behind. In fact, the region is a hotspot for multimedia talent, cultivating expertise in video games, animation and mobile apps. It is also France’s number one cluster for digital arts training. Lille hosts global names like Ankama, Adictiz, Bigben Interactive and Hydravision. With world-class institutes/schools (Rubika group, formerly Supinfogroup), the region also develops talent.   All said and done, Lille is using its economic past to carve out a place in the future. A case in point is the former coal pit at Arenberg near Valenciennes. Opened by Compagnie des Mines d’Anzin in 1899, the pit quickly became the company’s most productive site, with nearly 32 million tonnes of coal extracted over the years. Prosperity ensued, followed by decline, crisis and closure in 1989.    But the site then resurfaced as a popular film set for directors, who incorporated its striking interiors and exteriors into their shoots, paving the way for a new future in image and sound. Arenberg is undergoing a radical shift from abandoned coal pit to center of excellence for research in cinema and digital technology with an objective to serve the film and tv industry of tomorrow by designing, developing and deploying techniques and tools. ARBIND GUPTA Business India   feedback@businessindiagroup.com  

French companies to present their expertise in nuclear energy 6th to 8th of November 2014 – Nehru Centre, Worli, Mumbai

Thomas Ilhe - 29-oct.-2014 11:16:14
UBIFRANCE India in partnership with G.I.I.N and AIFEN (French Nuclear Industry Associations) is organising for the 5 th consecutive year a French pavilion at the India Nuclear Energy (INE) exhibition, the leading event in the nuclear sector in India. The French delegation would represent almost 40% of the total participating companies like in the previous editions . French expertise in the nuclear sector is globally acknowledged. This expertise is the fruit of the constant commitment and investment of French industrial groups and SMEs for the past 60 years in the nuclear field. The French nuclear sector is currently the leader in the domain of the fuel cycle (manufacturing, processing and recycling) and in nuclear power plant construction and maintenance, with 2,500 companies which employ 220,000 persons and generate a €46 billion turnover, including €5.6 in exports. 58 nuclear reactors are currently in operation in France. India Nuclear Energy 2014 will serve as the platform for the civil nuclear energy industry to interact and work towards the fulfillment of the power and electricity requirements of the Indian economy. The French pavilion had brought under its banner 18 companies at INE 2013. Thus, the French Pavilion was the biggest country pavilion with the maximum number of participating companies. In addition to these 18 companies, 5 other French companies exhibited directly through their Indian subsidiaries. Visit the French Pavilion at INE 2014 from 6 to 8 November on the ground floor ( please check the plan here ) at Nehru Centre in Mumbai to find out more about the French expertise in nuclear energy! A networking dinner will be organised at the Acres’s Club on 7 November thanks to the support of our partners AREVA and FERN residency, Mumbai (only persons carrying invitations will be allowed entry). ****************************** Considering the importance of nuclear energy in the growth of any country, the French Pavilion at the INE 2014 will gather 11 renowned companies offering high added-value solutions: ACPP - CTI GROUP, APAVE SUDEUROPE SAS, AREVA, DAHER VANATOME, EDF, FIVES FOREST LINE, FIVES NORDON, IST FRANCE MIRION TECHNOLOGIES, JACOMEX, REEL and WEIR. The main objective of these French companies is to showcase their latest technological developments in their area of expertise while setting up partnerships with key Indian stakeholders. Please find more details on the companies which will be present at the French companies on our dedicated website: http://ubifrance-events.com/india-nuclear-energy-en/exhibitor-list About UBIFRANCE and the French Trade Commission UBIFRANCE in India: UBIFRANCE is the French agency for international business development, a key public partner in export for French companies. Its complete range of services includes providing information (on markets, legal, regulatory, international financing, calls to tender, sector watch), export consulting, sales actions (prospecting missions, partnership meetings, trade events abroad, communication in the international press, etc.). To support French companies of all sizes and all sectors in their development on foreign markets, UBIFRANCE mobilises the expertise of 1,400 persons in France (Paris and Marseille) and in 70 other countries through its French Trade Commissions UBIFRANCE and a network of Press Offices. The French Trade Commission UBIFRANCE in India has 4 offices located in the business hubs of New Delhi, Mumbai, Bengaluru and Chennai, with a total dedicated multicultural team of over 30 experts. UBIFRANCE’s know-how and experience are globally recognized with a worldwide network of 80 Trade Commissions.   Press contact:                                                                           Mr. Thomas ILHE Press Officer French Trade Commission UBIFRANCE in   India Embassy of France, New Delhi Tel.: + 91 (0)11 43 19 63 03 Email:  thomas.ilhe@ubifrance.fr For further information, please contact:   Mr. Kushal SENGUPTA Trade Advisor Industry, Transport and Infrastructure Department French Trade Commission UBIFRANCE in India Consulate General of France, Mumbai Tel.: +91 (0)22 66 69 40 27              Email: kushal.sengupta@ubifrance.fr     Our partners:      

French Nuclear Expertise showcased at India Nuclear Energy 2012

India - 04-oct.-2012 13:54:40
  Ubifrance and the French Trade Commissions in India in association with the G.I.I.N. (the French Nuclear Industry Association) are organizing a French Pavilion at the India Nuclear Energy trade show from 25 th to 27 th September in Mumbai. The Pavilion aims to bring together 32 high-profile French companies to showcase their state-of-the art technologies in the nuclear energy sector. An Indo-French Technical seminar on Nuclear Energy in collaboration with the Indo-French Technical Association (IFTA) will be organized on 26th September to encourage discussions between Indian and French stakeholders of the nuclear sector and share solutions to the challenges of nuclear power development. The seminar will be inaugurated by H.E. Mr. François Richier, the Ambassador of France to India. Following their successful and well received participation at the India Nuclear Energy 2011, Ubifrance and the French Trade Commissions in India and the G.I.I.N. are reuniting these companies once again this year, in their endeavour to strengthen the links with their Indian counterparts, created during their previous visits to India. Their aim is to advance industrial and commercial cooperative ties between French and Indian companies, to meet potential Indian partners and discuss partnerships opportunities and to play an active role in the development of Indian nuclear infrastructure. The Indo-French Technical Seminar on Nuclear Energy: “The French Nuclear Industry: a Long-term Commitment for  High level Technology and Strengthened Safety” aims to bring together various representatives in the field of nuclear energy from India and France and a range of companies specializing in high-tech solutions related to nuclear power development. The program will include two interactive conferences on the following topics: 1. Safety and Critical Equipment and 2. Design, Construction and Instrumentation. Technical workshops specifically designed for the construction and engineering aspect of nuclear power plants will also be conducted by leading industry specialists. This seminar will serve to provide a breeding ground for information and ideas and allow all participants to gain valuable insights into the nuclear engineering industry. A guided tour for the French delegation to the Krakrapar Nuclear Power Plant in Surat (Gujarat) will also be organized on 24 th September 2012 to enhance their understanding of the Indian nuclear infrastructure. During the event, ACPP, nuclear subsidiary of the CTI Group of France , experts in manufacturing industrial boilers, welded metal sheets, industrial pipes and on-site assembly of equipment for nuclear industry, will sign a joint venture agreement with PRECIFAB Engineers Pvt. Ltd. , leading specialists in manufacture and supply of marine water handling equipment and pump components. The joint-venture company CTI – Precifab, based in Kolhapur in India is expected to give new impetus to Indo-French cooperation in the field of nuclear power. The French Pavilion at the trade show is the largest international pavilion with a participation of 32 companies from the French nuclear power industry. This presence includes world renowned companies such as: ACPP, APAVE, AREVA who will be present with its two subsidiaries namely: CORYS and CANBERRA , BAUMERT, BUREAU VERITAS, CLYDE UNION, DAHER - VANATOME SAS, EDF, FLUIDYN France, FNAG, FOREST LINE, GEORGIN, G.I.I.N., HYDR’AM, JST Transformateurs, MIRION TECHNOLOGIES IST France, OAKRIDGE, PHOTONIS, PYROCONTROLE, REEL, SEGAULT, SOURIAU, TECTA, TRACTEBEL ENGINEERING COYNE ET BELLIER, VALINOX, VELAN, DTP TERRASSEMENT, WEIR POWER & INDUSTRIAL France. In addition, ROLLS ROYCE and NUVIA , French nuclear subsidiaries of leading companies will also be participating at the exhibition. The French Nuclear Industry Association (G.I.I.N.) forms an essential part of this French Pavilion. G.I.I.N. represents over 200 French manufacturing and service companies in the nuclear Industry: Reactors & Boilers, Mechanical, Electrical, Civil Works, Engineering, Maintenance and Services, Training. The main objective of the G.I.I.N. is to promote French Nuclear Industry, through international conferences, exhibitions and meetings. It works in close relationship with Nuclear Industry Operators, Governments, Organizations for Radiation Protection and Nuclear Safety, Standardization Bureaus, and International Organizations. The French Pavilion at India Nuclear Energy 2012 trade show offers a comprehensive platform for these leading companies to showcase their innovative, state-of-the-art technologies and share their expertise, professional know-how and success stories. Come and meet them in Hall 5, Stands C01-C28 and D05 and D29 at the Bombay Convention & Exhibition Centre from 25 th – 27 th September 2012. About UBIFRANCE UBIFRANCE is the French agency for international business development, a key public partner in export for French enterprise. Its complete range of services includes information (on markets, legal, regulatory, international financing, calls to tender, sector watch), export consulting, sales actions (prospecting missions, partnership meetings, trade events abroad, communication in the international press, etc.) and the Volunteers for International Experience (Volontariat International en Entreprise – VIE) for the international deployment of skilled human resources.To support French companies of all sizes and all sectors in their development on foreign markets, UBIFRANCE mobilizes the expertise of 2,500 persons in France (Paris and Marseille) and in 120 other countries through its Missions Economiques, clubs and associations, and a network of Press Services. For further information, please contact: UBIFRANCE India Sophie Clavelier Head of Infrastructure, transport and Industry Department French Trade Commission Embassy of France, New Delhi Tel: +91 11 43 19 63 55   Email: sophie.clavelier@ubifrance.fr Press Contact : Deepika PRAKASH Press Officer French Trade Commission Embassy of France, New Delhi Tel: +91 11 24 19 63 51 Email: deepika.prakash@ubifrance.fr UBIFRANCE Paris Emmanuel GALLAND Project manager Tel. : +33 (0)4 96 17 25 34 E-mail : emmanuel.galland@ubifrance.fr Website : www.ubifrance.fr    

News - Areva solar awarded 250 MW solar project by Reliance Power

India - 04-mai-2012 08:24:29
AREVA Solar, an AREVA subsidiary, has been awarded a contract by Reliance Power Limited to build a 250 megawatt (MW) concentrated solar power (CSP) installation in India, which will become the largest in all of Asia. Under the contract, AREVA will build two 125 MW CSP plants using its Compact Linear Fresnel Reflector (CLFR) technology and will provide construction management services for the project. The first phase of the project is under construction, with a target commercial operation date of May 2013. The solar power plants will be located in Rajasthan. AREVA Solar  is a subsidiary of the AREVA Group and specialises in the design, manufacture and installation of steam generating solar systems for its global power generation and industrial customers. Reliance Power is India’s leading private sector power generation company. The company has the largest portfolio of power projects in the private sector based on coal, gas, hydro and renewable energy, with an operating portfolio of 1200 MW.
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Sophie Clavelier, Country Head   Welcome to the French Trade Commission Business France in India!     Our key mission is to promote trade relations between France and India. We assist French- based companies seeking potential partners and new markets in India, while helping Indian businesses to identify potential French suppliers, commercial and technical partners.   In India, our 4 offices are located in business hubs, New Delhi, Mumbai, Bengaluru and Chennai. We have a dedicated multicultural team of 38 experts in the following growing sectors: Agrofood Industry Industry and Cleantech Lifestyle and Healthcare Tech & Services Our Trade Commission also has a Press office in charge of helping French companies to communicate in India as well as a Market Access Department enabling them to better understand and adjust to the Indian regulatory and fiscal framework. In

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