Mirion Technologies Awarded the Contract for the Radiation Monitoring Systems for Flamanville 3 Nuclear Power Plant


Mirion Technologies Radiation Monitoring Systems Division announced today that it has been awarded the contract to supply the process radiation monitoring systems and the building radiation monitoring systems for the new EPR nuclear reactor being built at Flamanville in the Lower Normandy region of northern France.

The contract was awarded by Electricite de France (EDF) to a partnership group, led by INEO ANC (part of the GDF SUEZ Group) which includes MGP Instruments SA (a Mirion Technologies Company), SNEF and CERAP (part of the GDF SUEZ Group). Together the team is responsible for the design, manufacture, cabling, fluid handling, installation and commissioning of the radiation monitoring systems. The contract starts with immediate effect and is expected to last up to five years.

"We are pleased to play a role in EDF's significant Flamanville project," said Jean Louis Gouronc, President of the Radiation Monitoring Systems Division at Mirion Technologies. "We highly value our EDF relationship, which spans more than 25 years, and look forward to extending this relationship well into the future."

Mirion's Radiation Monitoring Systems Division is recognized as the global leader in the design and manufacture of Radiation Monitoring Systems.


Mirion Technologies is one of the world leaders in radiation detection, measuring and monitoring. Mirion has 14 facilities in Europe, Asia, and North America. Mirion Technologies is headquartered in the San Francisco Bay area and is a portfolio company of American Capital Strategies (NASDAQ:ACAS).

Source: Mirion Technologies