April 3 2018

NIC 2018 (Beijing, March 28-31 2018)


Organised every two years by the China Nuclear Society (CNS), this major event of the nuclear industry in China gathers various exhibitors from the whole world. The 2018 edition saw relatively numerous Chinese and foreign enterprises cohabitating. Among the local companies, CNNC, CGN, Huaneng or Hualong Technology's booths were particularly noted. As for foreign exhibitors, Korean, Canadian, American and Spanish pavilions were organised along with a Rosatom booth that respresented the Russian industry.

The French pavilion, first by the number of exhibitors, welcomed around twenty companies, mainly PFCE members. The Fench presence was completed by EDF (which hosted PFCE), CEA, Orano, Framatome, Nuvia or Velan.

Despite an overall attendance lower than expected, the event has provided exhibitors with opportunities to network, meet with various Chinese VIPs and gather in events organised by the WEIR group or EDF/CEA.


April 3 2018

PFCE-CNEA Joint Seminar- PFCE celebrated its 20th Anniversary in Beijing

After a successful anniversary celebration in Lyon in September 2017, PFCE celebrated again its 20th anniversary in Beijing on March the 27th, in cooperation with the China Nuclear Energy Association, through a joint seminar entitled « 20 years of partnership, heading towards a prosperous future for the Sino-French cooperation in the nuclear industry » . Both associations have ceased this opportunity to renew the MOU that formally establishes an...

April 3 2018

ANBP 2018 (Shanghai, May 08-11)


PFCE will take part to the Asia Nuclear Business Platform 2018 (ANBP), which will be organised in Shanghai between May the 8th and May the 11th. qui se tiendra à Shanghai du 8 au 11 Mai.

The asscoiation will have its own booth, animated by the General Secretary Pascal BELLIARD and the Representative in China Yohan REY. Pascal BELLIARD will provide some speaches on May the 9th:

- Presenting his own workshop entitled "French Supply chain involved in EPR projects : China and UK"

- Joining the discussion panel dedicated to "Changing Global Supply Chain & Procurement  -  How to develop broader supply chain capabilities to ensure a lifetime support to the NPPs? How to work with international supply chain? Global vs local supply chain"

Members expecting to hold their own booth or to visit the event may contact asap with the PFCE team or ANBP (