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. Its expertise and uncompromising dedication to safety make it a leading industry player. AREVA also invests in renewable energies to develop, via partnerships, high technology solutions.
- Business Type:
- Service provider
- Industry Type:
- Energy - Nuclear Power
- Market Focus:
- Globally (various continents)
- Over 1000
Through the complementary nature of nuclear and renewables, AREVA’s 45,000 employees contribute to building tomorrow’s energy model: supplying the greatest number of people with energy that is safer and with less CO2.
With demand for energy growing, oil and gas prices rising and the fight against climate change heating up, the development of clean energy that does not emit greenhouse gases is an absolute priority. AREVA is committed to meeting the energy challenges of the coming years by producing carbon-free energy. Objective: provide access to cleaner, safer and more economical energy to as many people as possible.
The group wants to leverage its experience and know-how to ensure business growth while complying with stringent safety, security and risk prevention requirements.
Beginning in 2006, the group committed to a significant investment program to ensure growth and continuity for all of its businesses, to meet its customers’ requirements, and to adopt the highest standards of safety.
WHAT WE ASPIRE TO
- To be a major player in the energy transition
- To build the future of nuclear power, in order to consolidate its safety and competitiveness
- To become a European leader in renewable energies
- To pursue our policy of being informative, open to dialogue and transparent
In the nuclear business, confidence is not achieved by decree; AREVA must earn it through absolute commitment to nuclear safety and transparency: operating safety, the safety of the products and services in its facilities, and the safety of its customers’ facilities.
Nuclear safety is the first priority for the group, which will devote more than 2 billion euros in capital spending to it through 2016 as part of its strategic action plan.