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Areva SA

EPA:CEI ISIN:FR0004275832

AREVA SA is a France-based company that offers technological solutions for nuclear power generation and electricity transmission and distribution. The Company operates four divisions, including Front-End, which provides solutions intended for the fuel cycle operations that take place before nuclear power is generated; Reactors & Services, which designs and builds pressurized water reactors (PWR) and boiling water reactors (BWR), as well as naval propulsion and research and test reactors; Back-End, which covers solutions for the treatment and recycling of fuel after it has been used in nuclear power plants and related operations, and Transmission & Distribution, which designs and manufactures electricity transmission and distribution equipment and systems. AREVA SA holds direct and indirect stakes in a number of companies, such as Areva NC SA, Areva T&D Inc, Areva Japan Co, STMicroelectronics NV and Eramet SA, among others.



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