Nuclear power has considerably reduced fuel poverty in France, and is still our best defence against volatile energy prices.
Electricity is the energy of the future: of digitalization, performance, cleanliness, independence, mobility, freedom and the multiplication of uses.


The field of medicine has many applications for nuclear technology, whether in diagnosis, treatment or research. Nuclear medicine is therefore a constantly evolving field, offering significant benefits for patients and healthcare professionals alike.


Public health

Public health is a discipline that aims to protect and improve the health of the population. It encompasses a multitude of fields, such as disease prevention, health promotion, epidemiological surveillance, health emergency management and so on. Nuclear energy can have an impact on public health, whether through exposure to radiation, the management of radioactive waste or the contribution of nuclear energy to the production of radioisotopes used in medicine.



Transport is a key area for reducing greenhouse gas emissions and combating climate change. The use of alternative and sustainable energy sources is a major challenge for reducing the carbon footprint of transport, and nuclear power can play an important role in this energy transition.



The “Others” category groups together various nuclear-related topics, such as the use of radioactive gauges to measure the thickness, density or humidity of materials, the production and use of hydrogen as an energy source, and radiation protection for workers and the general public. These topics, though varied, all share a link with the use of radioactivity in a variety of applications, and highlight the many aspects of nuclear technology that affect different areas of our daily lives.