EXCLUSIVE MAINTENANCE – A year after taking office, the group’s CEO, Luc Rémont, takes stock of his ambitions. For his first interview, the electrician’s boss chose Le Figaro.
One year to the day after his arrival at the head of EDF, its CEO Luc Rémont talks to Le Figaro. Relaunch of nuclear electricity production, redefinition of the electricity market model in France and Europe… There is no shortage of challenges.
LE FIGARO.- What lessons have you learned from these first twelve months at the head of EDF?
Luc Rémont.- The only certainty we have at EDF is that we won’t be bored. The challenges were multiple. And first of all operational, to emerge from the stress corrosion crisis which affected our nuclear electricity production last year. Today we approach winter with confidence. It was also necessary to reinvent a model for the electricity market in France and Europe in order to offer our fellow citizens competitive and sustainable energy. And finally prepare for the future.
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