Areva in America

In an exclusive interview, Laurence Pernot explains AREVA’s role in the U.S. Department of Energy’s $4.8 billion mixed oxide plutonium-based fuel program (MOX) under construction at the Savannah River Site near Aiken, South Carolina, and the “Nuclear Renaissance” in the United States. Pernot is the vice president of communications at AREVA Inc., the Washington-based U.S. branch of the French nuclear giant. A French citizen, she used to work at AREVA’s La Hague site, in the North of France, which has been recycling spent nuclear fuel for decades.

In an exclusive interview, Laurence Pernot explains AREVA’s role in the U.S. Department of Energy’s $4.8 billion mixed oxide plutonium-based fuel program (MOX) under construction at the Savannah River Site near Aiken, South Carolina, and the “Nuclear Renaissance” in the United States. Pernot is the vice president of communications at AREVA Inc., the Washington-based U.S. branch of the French nuclear giant. A French citizen, she used to work at AREVA’s La Hague site, in the North of France, which has been recycling spent nuclear fuel for decades.

 

This story ia a part of a Dcbureau.org and Nationalsecuritywatch.org series: Areva in America
This story ia a part of a Dcbureau.org and Nationalsecuritywatch.org series: Areva in America