Established in France over 32 years ago, CERAP Prevention now operate all over the world through their 5 subsidiaries, employing over 650 people who all work together to support their customers efficiently, in risk prevention and radiation protection management. Did we forget to mention, CERAP Prevention are also part of Engie, who are leading the zero-carbon transition.
In 2018, CERAP’s latest subsidiary was established, introducing CERAP UK to the market, who’s aim is to deliver support to nuclear operators by providing engineering services, calibration, and irradiation services for newbuild, operating facilities and decommissioning.
Today, the UK has 15 reactors generating about 21% of its electricity, but almost half of this capacity is to be retired by 2025. In order to meet the UK Governments Zero Carbon initiative and lower Greenhouse Gas Emission Objectives, the UK has implemented a new development for Nuclear Energy Infrastructure. Thanks to CERAP UK being one of the key suppliers to many clients who are working together to facilitate this target, it will be achieved.