AREVA Signs a Series of Strategic Agreements with Japanese Partners

  AREVA Signs a Series of Strategic Agreements with Japanese Partners

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PARIS -- June 7, 2013

Regulatory News:

On June 7, 2013 in Tokyo, Luc Oursel, President and CEO of AREVA
(Paris:AREVA), signed a series of key agreements with the companies JNFL
(Japan Nuclear Fuel Ltd.) and ATOX for the continuation and development of the
strategic Franco-Japanese partnership in civil nuclear power.

  *In the presence of Japanese Prime Minister Shenzo Abe and French President
    François Hollande, Yoshihiko Kawai, President of JNFL, and Luc Oursel
    signed a joint statement of cooperation to prepare for the commercial
    startup of the used fuel recycling plant at Rokkasho-Mura (Japan).

AREVA and JNFL plan to expand their collaboration for the used fuel processing
facilities on the Rokkasho-Mura site, particularly within the field of
complementary safety assessments.

AREVA will also contribute its technical expertise to the ongoing construction
of a Japanese MOX fuel fabrication facility, whose technology is based on
AREVA’s MELOX facility in France.

  *Toshikazu Yaguchi, President of ATOX, and Luc Oursel signed a cooperation
    agreement for dismantling and cleanup operations. This will enable the two
    companies to strengthen their partnership initiated more than two years

In the context of a future joint venture, this cooperation persues the common
development of innovative solutions primarily destined for the rehabilitation
of the Fukushima site and region.

Luc Oursel, President and CEO of AREVA, stated: “These agreements strengthen
the historic links between AREVA and the Japanese nuclear industry and confirm
their recognition of our expertise in the field of nuclear safety.”

Present in Japan for more than 40 years, AREVA recently signed an agreement
with Hitachi-GE Nuclear Energy, Ltd. with the aim of improving the safety of
nuclear power plants through the installation of filtered containment venting
systems (FCVS) in boiling water reactors in Japan.

More information available in the press release issued on June 4, 2013:

AREVA supplies solutions for power generation with less carbon. Its expertise
and unwavering insistence on safety, security, transparency and ethics are
setting the standard, and its responsible development is anchored in a process
of continuous improvement.
Ranked first in the global nuclear power industry, AREVA’s unique integrated
offering to utilities covers every stage of the fuel cycle, nuclear reactor
design and construction, and related services. The Group is also expanding its
operations to renewable energies – wind, solar, bioenergy, energy storage – to
be one of the leaders in this sector worldwide.
With these two major offers, AREVA’s 47,000 employees are helping to supply
ever safer, cleaner and more economical energy to the greatest number of

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