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The Areva Group was created in September 2001. The French public sector owns 87% of the Company, of which the Commissariat à l'Énergie Atomique (CEA) (French Atomic Energy Commission) owns 79%. The remaining 8% is owned by the French State or Erap. [1] Of the 13% not owned by the public sector, 2.42% is owned by the French utility EdF. [2]


Accessed January 2015: [3]

Chaired by Philippe Varin, the Board of Directors is made up of twelvemembers appointed for four-year terms, three of whom are independent members.

Members appointed by shareholders

Members representing the French government appointed by ministerial order

Members representing employees



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  1. Founded in 1965, ERAP is a state-owned industrial and commercial establishment. Its mission is to acquire, at the request of the French government, equity interests in companies in the energy, pharmaceutical and telecommunications sectors. It's website is here
  2. For more information on the shareholders see here
  3. Board, AREVA Group, accessed January 22, 2015.

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