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ENUSA in the 11th Edition of the China International Exhibition on Nuclear Power Industry

ENUSA has taken part again this year in the China International Exhibition on Nuclear Power Industry, the most important nuclear trade fair in China that is held in Beijing. ENUSA had a stand in the Spanish pavilion together with companies such as Tecnatom, Ringo Válvulas, ENSA and Técnicas Reunidas and under the coordination of the Nuclear Industry Forum. Year after year, the Beijing trade fair offers an important meeting point for companies with interests in the Chinese nuclear sector and it is a great opportunity to establish commercial contacts. ENUSA has been present in China since 2007 through the Spanish Nuclear Group for Cooperation (SNGC), a consortium of Spanish companies whose aim is the supply of nuclear products and services abroad, primarily focusing on China and South America. The SNGC business activity has been intense in recent years, as evidenced by the current process of execution of the collaboration agreements signed in previous years with the leading firms with nuclear assets in this Asian country. These agreements position the SNGC as a real alternative for the supply of products and services both to the operating plants and to the new reactors under construction. ENUSA also operates in the Asian country on its own, selling both fresh and irradiated fuel manufacturing and inspection equipment developed with in-house technology and together with Tecnatom. In 2014, ENUSA sold its first inspection equipment in China and Brazil. This year the ENUSA stand was visited by representatives of the fuel factories of Baotou and Yibin and CGN Group companies such as CNPDC, CNPRI and CGN-URC. In addition to the visits strictly related to the nuclear world, the Spanish pavilion also welcomed Mr. Serra, the Economic and Commercial Counselor of the Spanish Embassy, and Mr. Ma Kai, one of the four Chinese Vice Premiers and member of the State Council, who asked about the activities of the Spanish nuclear sector companies in...

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ENUSA renews its visual identity and website

ENUSA begins 2015 with a renewed visual identity. New approaches for new times in which the company is adapting to strategic changes with a sense of modernity and immediacy. ENUSA has focused its activities on two business areas – nuclear and environmental – and along with this it is launching a new stage of international expansion and projects, and its image should be in tune with this process. The image keeps its imagetype since the “U” is its hallmark and key to recognition of the “ENUSA” brand. The new visual identity offers an evolved image that has been updated to the present time, is more in keeping with current trends and revisits the company values. All this has been done without disconnecting from the company stakeholders, as the imagetype and its blue color from the old image have been maintained. Digital Revolution and Interactivity Today a website is a company’s letter of introduction to the online world. Therefore, it is essential to have a well cared for, updated website. Along with the new identity, ENUSA presents a new website with a modern and functional graphic appearance and that is much more dynamic and accessible than the previous one. The new web is intuitive and more in tune with the times, and from the first glance it helps the user find the required information. www.enusa.es offers information on the new activities, products and services that the company is developing in its two business areas – nuclear and environmental – at both the national and international levels. Sustainability and compliance with the Transparency Act as a public enterprise are also included in the new site. These sections contain information on good governance and the commitment to safety, the environment, quality and corporate responsibility. We include a Press Room to help journalists with their work, allowing them to download press releases, images, videos, infographics and publications on the different activities and processes we undertake. We include an agenda section to report on the events, congresses and conferences in which our representatives take part, as well as the visits we welcome to our facilities. Communication Strategy at the Service of the Business Strategy ENUSA has been undertaking changes in its business strategy that are necessary to maintain its market competitiveness. The most significant decision, and the one that guides the development of projects and activities, is to definitively focus on its two business areas: nuclear and environmental. As a result, the disinvestment of its subsidiary Molypharma has been concluded, and the companies left in the ENUSA Group are ETSA in the nuclear business and EMGRISA as the group’s environmental brand. On the other hand, the company continues to enthusiastically pursue the process of internationalization. As a result of this effort, in 2014 it made its first sale of inspection equipment to China and Brazil, operations which it trusts will be followed by many others. ENUSA also continues to work actively to increases its technological capabilities in the second part of the fuel cycle, and the Juzbado Factory is still implementing continuous improvement in the manufacturing process with a heavy investment in the upgrading of equipment and...

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Members of the Industry, Energy and Tourism Committee of the Spanish Chamber of Deputies Visit the Juzbado Factory

On Wednesday January 14, members of the Industry, Energy and Tourism Committee of the lower chamber of the Spanish Parliament visited the ENUSA factory in Juzbado. They were accompanied by the company’s President, José Luis González, the Director of Nuclear Fuel Operations and Factory Director, Javier Montes, and the head of Institutional Relations, Carmen Vallejo. Specifically, the factory was visited by Ignacio Belmonte (parliamentary advisor for Industry, Energy and Tourism), Encarna Jiménez (Industry and Energy assistant spokesperson), Guillermo Mariscal (Industry and Energy spokesperson), Manuel Torres (member of the Industry, Energy and Tourism standing committee) and Mario Flores (member of the Industry, Energy and Tourism standing committee). During the visit, they toured the manufacturing plant where the nuclear fuel for the power plants is produced. All of them said they were pleased to have “the opportunity to see first-hand a cutting-edge facility like the Juzbado...

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The Juzbado factory notifies the Nuclear Safety Council of a reportable event

At 10:30 hours on January 14, there was a false alarm in the Criticality Alarm System of the Juzbado fuel factory. The alarm was triggered due to a human error made when maintenance tasks were being carried out to solve the problem that caused the false alarm on January 3. The personnel was evacuated in accordance with the established procedures. The incident did not pose any risk to the facility, the workers, the public or the environment.

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The Juzbado factory notifies the Nuclear Safety Council of a reportable event

At 11:40 hours on January 3, a false alarm was triggered in the Criticality Alarm System of the Juzbado fuel factory. There were 16 people in the plant at the time, although operations had been shut down due to the vacation period. The possible causes of this failure in the system are now being analyzed in order to proceed to correct them. The incident did not pose any risk to the facility, the workers, the public or the environment.

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ENUSA y AREVA firman un contrato de suministro de uranio enriquecido.

During the first edition of the World Nuclear Exhibition, ENUSA and the French company AREVA signed a multi-year contract for the supply of enrichment services. This enriched uranium, once manufactured into nuclear fuel, will be used at Spanish nuclear power plants. This contract offers significant benefits to both partners: it provides ENUSA with sustained security of supply and is in line with AREVA’s commercial strategy to develop long-term partnerships with major players in the nuclear industry.. The enrichment services will be performed at the new Georges Besse II enrich-ment plant that is operated by AREVA at the Tricastin site in the south of France and features centrifuge enrichment technology. Jose Luis Gonzalez, president of ENUSA, said: “This supply contract contributes to the long term consolidation of the commercial relations between both companies.” Luc Oursel, chief executive officer of AREVA, said during the contract signature ceremony: “AREVA is honored to be selected by ENUSA for this key component of their nuclear fuel procurement. This contract reinforces the relationship of trust that began in...

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