ENUSA signs a pioneering agreement with ENEC

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It could be ENUSA's gateway to the region where ENEC operates within the United Arab Emirates and Saudi Arabia
This agreement ratifies the important boost that the public company is giving to its internationalization process

The ENUSA Group has signed an agreement with the United Arab Emirates Nuclear Energy Corporation (ENEC). This agreement has been ratified by the president of ENUSA, José Vicente Berlanga, and the executive director of ENEC, Mohammed Al Hammadi. The ceremony, attended by senior officials from both corporations, took place in Abu Dhabi.

The negotiation is within the ENEC strategy framework, in which you work with international companies based on state nuclear energy programs. The agreement outlines potential areas of collaboration between the two parties and highlights several key aspects, such as nuclear fuel services and components for the United Arab Emirates (UAE) Peaceful Nuclear Energy Programme.

The president of ENUSA, José Vicente Berlanga, has expressed "the strategic importance of the agreement", given that ENUSA serves as contact for "other Spanish companies or institutions of interest to UAE nuclear energy." For Berlanga, the signing of this type of agreement means "internationally ratifying excellence in quality and safety of ENUSA products» has highlighted.

Furthermore, "it represents an important boost to the intense internationalization process in which ENUSA is immersed, demonstrating that the quality and safety of our products is recognized outside our borders, which allows us to face new challenges like the one we have achieved with ENEC."

For his part, the CEO of ENEC, Mohammed Al Hammadi, has declared "the importance" of this collaboration in "the future development of the sector of nuclear energy within the UAE. This alliance is – according to the director of ENEC -, of "a commitment to the highest international standards of quality and safety", in which "knowledge and experiences" can be shared, he pointed out.

Furthermore, Al Hammadi has declared "to be delighted" to sign this agreement with ENUSA, since in this way his company continues to "benefit from the accumulated global experience in various subsectors of the nuclear energy industry. The Saudi director has also praised the «ENUSA's excellent track record» and has highlighted his desire for collaboration «in the coming years».

This agreement will strengthen the long term relationship between the United Arab Emirates and Spain, spanning numerous sectors and industries, and will illustrate ENEC's commitment to the international nuclear industry to ensure the highest standards of excellence.

About Emirates Nuclear Energy Corporation (ENEC)

The Emirates Nuclear Energy Corporation (ENEC) works to provide clean, efficient and reliable electricity to the United Arab Emirates, an energy necessary to support the social and economic growth of the UAE.

Established by decree in December 2009 by the President of the United Arab Emirates, Sheikh Khalifa Bin Zayed Al Nahyan, ENEC represents all aspects involved in the UAE's peaceful nuclear energy programme.

ENEC's top priority is to ensure the safety of the Saudi community, employees and the environment.

About Nawah Energy Company

Nawah, a subsidiary of the Emirates Nuclear Energy Corporation (ENEC) and partially owned by the Korea Electric Power Corporation (KEPCO), safely operates and maintains Units 1 to 4 at Barakah, in compliance with the most high standards of safety, security and security and under the UAE's commitment to operational transparency.

About Barakah One Company

Barakah One Company is a subsidiary of the Emirates Nuclear Energy Corporation (ENEC) and partially owned by the Korea Electric Power Corporation (KEPCO). Barakah One is the company in charge of representing the financial and commercial interests of the Barakah Nuclear Power Plant project.

Caption: ENUSA President, José Vicente Berlanga, and ENEC Executive Director, His Excellency Mohamed Al Hammadi, at ENEC headquarters, Abu Dhabi.