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1 5th Nuclear Energy Conclave, New-Delhi, Sep. 6th 2013 / AREVA Safety Programs p.1

2 Safety-Of Paramount Importance for our Customers, our Products & our Operations Erwan Hinault CMD, AREVA India 5 th Nuclear Energy Conclave, New-Delhi, Sep. 6 th 2013

3 5th Nuclear Energy Conclave, New-Delhi, Sep. 6th 2013 / AREVA Safety Programs p.3 Safety is the Cornerstone of AREVA Strategy Safety of our Customers Safety of our Products Safety of our Operations Maintaining the highest level of safety throughout the lifecycle of our nuclear facilities A wide new-generation reactor portfolio that offers the highest safety features Supporting utilities in demonstrating and upgrading the safety of their fleet 30+ solutions in Safety Analysis, Safety Upgrades and Safety Procedures

4 5th Nuclear Energy Conclave, New-Delhi, Sep. 6th 2013 / AREVA Safety Programs p.4 Post-Fukushima Reassessment of our plants’ robustness Confirmation of significant margins in case of major accident Launch of additional analysis leading to ultimate prevention means and limitation of consequences (‘noyau dur’)  Additional cooling capabilities, diesel groups, …. Crisis management means reinforcement :  Multiple accidents scenario for the same site, Investment in new crisis management buildings on the 4 sites La Hague site Tricastin site FBFC plant MELOX plant Action 2016 plan : AREVA is investing 2€ billion in safety, security and maintenance of its plants

5 5th Nuclear Energy Conclave, New-Delhi, Sep. 6th 2013 / AREVA Safety Programs p.5 AREVA’s Post-Fukushima Initiatives Engaging with utilities to help them meet ever-increasing safety requirements  Safety analyses  Safety upgrades  Safety procedures A safety framework structured around three imperatives:  Resistance to Major Hazards  Robustness of Cooling Capability  Prevention of Environmental Damage

6 5th Nuclear Energy Conclave, New-Delhi, Sep. 6th 2013 / AREVA Safety Programs p.6 The 6 Main Safety Themes as defined with our customers 3 Release Prevention6 Safe Used Fuel Management Safety Margins Reassesment Robustness of Cooling Function Safety Procedures and Emergency Support4 Robustness of Monitoring and Control

7 5th Nuclear Energy Conclave, New-Delhi, Sep. 6th 2013 / AREVA Safety Programs p.7 AREVA Safety Alliance projects 1/2 Safety Margins Reassessment 1 1 Probabilistic Safety Analysis (Brazil) Flooding Margins Studies (USA) Seismic Studies (Switzerland) Robustness of Cooling function 2 “Feed & Bleed” Implementation (Spain) Ultimate Heat Sink diversification studies (Switzerland) Safety Injection reinforcement(France) Safety Margin Reassessment Passive Cooling Systems

8 5th Nuclear Energy Conclave, New-Delhi, Sep. 6th 2013 / AREVA Safety Programs p.8 AREVA Safety Alliance Projects 2/2 Passive Autocatalytic Recombiners (Japan) FCVS (Argentina) FCVS (Romania) FCVS (South Korea) 4 5 National Response Center (USA) Emergency Support Teams (Allemagne) Post-Accidental Procedures (Espagne) 1 3 SFP Level measurement (USA) H2 Monitoring (Romania) Hardened Electrical Systems (Netherlands) ReleasePrevention Robustness of Monitoring and Control Safety Procedures and Emergency Support

9 5th Nuclear Energy Conclave, New-Delhi, Sep. 6th 2013 / AREVA Safety Programs p projects launched in 16 countries for more than 40 nuclear utilities worldwide AREVA engaged with the Nuclear Community SafetyMargins Reassesment Robustness of CoolingFunction ReleasePrevention Safe Used Fuel Management Safety Procedures and Emergency Support Robustness of Monitoring and Control Strategic Evaluations and Pre-Projects

10 5th Nuclear Energy Conclave, New-Delhi, Sep. 6th 2013 / AREVA Safety Programs p.10 Forward Alliance, The Launch of a new Program Providing personalized assistance to our customers to ensure the long-term operating safety of their nuclear fleets in accordance with international regulations Three priorities:  Support provided during the license renewal process recommended by the IAEA  Assistance for safety reviews of major components  Products and solutions meeting project requirements Offering integrated solutions based on AREVA's "aging management" activities Forward Alliance catalog: more than 25 products, services and solutions for extended operations

11 5th Nuclear Energy Conclave, New-Delhi, Sep. 6th 2013 / AREVA Safety Programs p.11 Safety of EPR TM reviewed by reference Safety Authorities The EPR™ reactor  Construction license granted by Finnish, French and Chinese Safety Authorities  Final Design Acceptance confirmation issued by the ONR in the UK in Dec ‘12  Design Certification by US NRC expected by mid-2015 The only Gen3+ design submitted to the post-Fukushima European Safety checks The EPR™ reactor fully complies with WENRA objectives for New Power Reactors and with post-Fukushima requirements 国家核安全局 NNSA ONR/

12 5th Nuclear Energy Conclave, New-Delhi, Sep. 6th 2013 / AREVA Safety Programs p.12 AREVA: 40 Years of Leadership in Solutions for Power Generation We are committed to providing you the resources and technologies to operate today’s fleet and build next- generation power plants – with the utmost safety.” Olkiluoto 3, FinlandPaluel, FranceTaishan, ChinaAlpha Ventus, GermanyKimberlina, U.S.A.


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