China's nuclear option

EDF''s China CFO discusses the country''s booming energy needs and the role of nuclear power.

With $230 million equity share in projects worth $2.8 billion of power generation, it is not widely known that EDF, France's state-owned electricity company, is second only to Hong Kong's China Light And Power as a foreign investor in China's power sector. The company is also hoping to be closely involved in China's burgeoning nuclear development. The China division's CEO Jean-Christophe Delvallet talks about the company's plans to leverage its expertise in an area vital to China's soaring energy needs.

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