Decarbonising electricity with nuclear power

EDF is proud to be involved in the development of the world’s largest nuclear power plant at the Jaitapur site (JNPP), State of Maharashtra. As lead negotiator and supplier for this important initiative, EDF is committed to supporting the Indian government to address the increasing need for decarbonized electricity, while also bringing a wide range of socio-economic opportunities to the country.

EDF India: nuclear power plant in india

EDF, a unique nuclear energy player

EDF is the world’s largest nuclear operator with unrivalled track-record and expertise throughout the entire nuclear value chain. The Group currently operates 69 reactors representing more than 2,000 reactor-year of cumulated experience.

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Jaitapur Nuclear Power Plant: largest nuclear power plant in world

JNPP, the largest nuclear power project worldwide

The Jaitapur Nuclear Power Plant (JNPP) is set to be the largest nuclear power plant in the world with 6 EPR reactors and a targeted installed capacity of 9.6 GWe in the State of Maharashtra, India.

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Opportunities for Suppliers

EDF’s proposal aims at maximising local content providing significant opportunities for Indian low carbon companies in engineering and equipment manufacturing and supply.

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Jaitapur Nuclear Power Plant: largest power plant in india

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