Egis has just joined the ROMATOM whose aim is to promote the civil nuclear energy sector in Romania and to encourage investments in this sector.
Created in 2001, the association currently has 60 members active in the civil nuclear field, from research, engineering, equipment manufacturing, construction and installation, to the operation and maintenance of nuclear facilities, taking into account each stage of the nuclear lifecycle.
Romania has a long-standing tradition in the nuclear field, starting in the 1960s. Currently, Romania operates two CANDU 6 type reactors of 700 MWh each. Nuclear power covers 18% of the Romanian energy demand and 33% of the total low carbon energy produced in Romania.
Egis has a global offering combining over 70-year involvement in nuclear engineering and over 30-year experience in radioactive waste management into the back end nuclear cycle. We support our clients throughout the overall nuclear facility lifecycle from greenfield to operation, decommissioning and clean up, by offering a multidisciplinary and integrated approach.