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					                           EDF Group                                              EDF GROUP PROFILE



¥A leading player in the energy market, active in all areas of
 electricity from generation to trading and network management.

¥Balance        between regulated and deregulated activities.

¥Expertisein engineering and operating generation plants and
 networks.

¥Leader  in the French and UK electricity markets, solid positions in
 Italy and numerous other European countries; industrial operations
 in Asia and the United States and South America (Brazil).
     37 million                     630,4 TWh                    108.9g of CO2
     customers worldwide       (550 TWh for Africa)              per kWh generated
                                                                 (CO2 emissions from EDF Group electricity
                              electricity generation worldwide   and heat generation)

     158,842                 €65.2 billion                       Consolidated data at 12.31.2010.
     employees worldwide     in sales
                      EDF WORLDWIDE



Map of Group operations
 Why are we considering investing in Africa ?
                                       EDF GROUP PROFILE




¥Lastingslow down in the rate of growth in
 developed countries (Europe, US…)

¥75 % of the growth of energy capacity in BRICS
 countries and in developing world

¥We   have a long history of presence in Africa
 (historical reasons), which could give us a
 competitive advantage among western utilities
All components of the group are already active
in the continent




  Thermal Generation

  Renewables

  Nuclear Generation

  Hydro engeneering

  Transmission engineering

  System design

  Distribution

  Access to energy
Africa has an urgent need of investors
                                                                         Global Electricity Investment by Region (World), (2001-2030)

• One can not talk of Africa as a               q2,000




                                    qCumulative Investment ($ Billion)
                                                q1,800
  homogenous area                               q1,600
                                                q1,400
• There is generation shortages                      q1,200
                                                     q1,000
  all over the continent, but in                                         q800
                                                                         q600
  some areas (Central, East and                                          q400

  West Africa) it is higher
                                                                         q200
                                                                          q0
                                                                                  qMiddle qRussia qOther   qAfrica   qOECD qLatin         qEU qOther AsiaqUS and qChina   qOther


• Urban electrification rates
                                                                                  qEast           qOECD              qPacific qAmerica                   qCanada
                                                                                                                                                  Source: Frost & Sullivan

  varies from 90% to 40% and in                                                 Global Electricity Investment by Region (%) (2001-2030)

  rural areas between 80% and                                                                     q2.5%q4.0%
                                                                                              q2.5%
                                                                                                                                                         qMiddle East
                                                                                                                                                         qRussia
                                                                                                           q4.5%
  less than 5%                                                                         q18.5%
                                                                                                              q6.5%
                                                                                                                                                        qOther OECD
                                                                                                                                                         qAfrica
• Electricity investment in Sub-                                                                                                         q8.0%
                                                                                                                                                        qOECD Pacific

  Sahara Africa will have to top                                                                                                                        qLatin America
                                                                                                                                                         qEU
  $620 billion to add 270GW by                                                   q17.5%                                                  q8.0%           qOther Asia

  2030 to meet local demand                                                                                                                              qUS and Canada
                                                                                                                                                         qChina
                                                                                                                              q12.0%
                                                                                                                                                         qOther
                                                                                                   q16.0%
                                                                                                                                                 Source: Frost & Sullivan

                                           5
Main countries with generation Problems
      What are the main issue for us ?  EDF GROUP PROFILE




             (as an investor)
         stability… for investment (generation,
¥Political
 transmission and distribution) lasting more than 20
 years

¥   Consistent regulatory environment required

¥Predictable stream of revenue (quality of the
 signature of the offtaker, tariffs…)

				
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