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The modern world is facing a threefold challenge: find a competitively priced response to rising demand for electricity, tackle climate change and confront the depletion of easily accessible natural resources. To address these issues, EDF has chosen to pursue a strategy of long-term partnerships.Learn more
In addition to working to ensure reliable gas supply to Europe, EDF is contributing to the strengthening of relations with Russia.
On September 16, 2011, EDF signed a shareholder agreement to enter the South Stream project with a 15% stake. This important agreement will accelerate the construction of this gas pipeline which will transport Russian gas to Europe along the Black Sea floor.Learn more
Improving energy efficiency is an essential step in modernising the Russian economy. The implementation of proven energy-saving technologies has the potential to lower Russia’s energy consumption by an amount equaling the total energy used in France. In light of our expertise in this field, we have identified energy efficiency as one of our highest-priority initiatives in the Russian market.Learn more
In working to ensure the proper functioning of the electricity market, ERDF is guided by two principals: the quality of electricity supply and non-discriminatory access to the electricity network for all users.
Working through its subsidiary ERDF Vostok, ERDF shares its experience and expertise with Russian distributers as well as offers its services in the fields of consulting, audit, technical support, research, training, design, etc.Learn more
Hydropower is the world’s main renewable energy form and accounts for the majority of the generating capacity of EDF’s power plants. EDF is the European Union’s leading producer of hydropower with an installed capacity of more than 20,000 MW which is generated on 439 plants with capacities ranging from 10 kW to several hundred MW.Learn more