Électricité de France S.A. (EDF; Electricity of France) is a French electric utility company, largely owned by the French state. Headquartered in Paris, with €71.2 billion in revenues in 2016, EDF operates a diverse portfolio of 120+ gigawatts of generation capacity in Europe, South America, North America, Asia, the Middle East and Africa.
- nuclear: 64.3%;
- renewable energy: 12.3% (includes 4.6% hydroelectricity);
- gas: 8.6%;
- coal: 14.5%;
- other: 0.3%.
In 2017 EDF will take over the majority of the reactor business of Areva, in a French government sponsored restructuring following financial and technical problems at Areva. In July 2017, France's Environmental Minister Nicolas Hulot stated that up to 17 of France's nuclear power reactors — all of which are operated by EDF — could be shuttered by 2025 to meet legislative targets for reducing dependence on the power source.