EDF signs up new utility management software

EDF has contracted software solution provider Ventyx to install its management software across the energy company’s 435 hydroelectric, 15 fossil-fired and 59 nuclear power plants in France.


The agreement means EDF furthers its current license from 4,700 users to an unlimited number, providing a single software solution for all of its thousands of maintenance workers providing safety, reliability and efficient generation of power.


EDF Group SDIN Nuclear Technique directeur Jean-Marc Herodin told Energy Business Review, "Expanding our Ventyx EAM solution will underpin our commitment to ensuring not only worker and public safety, but also the reliable and efficient generation of clean, sustainable energy."

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