Thanks to nuclear, we’ve got thousands of years of energy
ahead of us…

…giving us hope for the future as the clock is ticking in the fight against climate change.

By replacing fossil fuels and rounding out the mix of renewable energies, nuclear will be our main source of sustainable, clean energy for the next 50 years.

For over 50 years now, Assystem’s 2,500 engineers have been playing a key role in energy transition across the world by developing and maintaining nuclear plants, from the design phase right through to decommissioning.

Assystem Expertise

The nuclear industry is an extremely challenging sector that offers unique scope for technological innovation and our engineers draw on the most advanced project management methods available.

They provide their clients with state-of- the-art solutions and leading-edge digital engineering tools so they can respect deadlines and budgets. They manage complex projects by modelling nuclear infrastructure right from its design and throughout its entire life cycle.

They reinforce the safety and security aspects of all types of reactors, from the oldest to the newest.

The key role our engineers are playing in shaping the future of the nuclear sector is illustrated in the scale of the international R & D projects they are involved in, such as ITER – an unprecedented scientific and technological endeavour to create energy from nuclear fusion, the natural phenomenon that powers the sun and the stars.

Assystem & the Nuclear sector

As the long-standing leader in the nuclear engineering sector in Europe and the third-largest independent nuclear engineering company worldwide, Assystem puts its expertise at the disposal of governments and operators across the globe for developing and maintaining their infrastructure in order to make nuclear energy ever-safer
and more cost-efficient.

We have worked with EDF for over 50 years on commissioning and maintaining nuclear power plants in France and the United Kingdom. Further afield, we partner countries such as India, China and the United Arab Emirates in the development of their new nuclear programmes.