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Henri Fernand REVOL

Henri Fernand REVOL, French Senator. Knight of the Legion of Honour; Knight of the Order of National Merit; Knight of Academic Palms; Bronze Medal of Youth and Sports. President, Union for the Defence, Protection and Safeguarding of the Val Suzon site, since 1980; member, French Society of Nuclear Energy.

Background

  • REVOL, Henri Fernand was born on February 14, 1936 in Neuville-les-Dames, Ain, France. Parents: Jean Revol and Hélène Revol (née Planche).

  • Education

    • Higher National School of Arts of Crafts, graduate. National Institut, of Sciences and Nuclear Technology, atomic engineer.

    Career

    • Mayor, Messigny-et-Vantoux, since 1971. General Councillor, Fontaine-lès-Dijon, since 1973. Vice-President, General Council, Côte d’Or, since 1983.

      Vice-President, Regional Council, Bourgogne, 1985-1989. Senator, Côte d’Or, since 1989. Study Engineer, Delattre-Levivier, Valenciennes, 1963-1964.

      Engineer and Head of Group, Commission for Atomic Energy at the Valduc Centre, 1964-1967, also Head of Section, 1967-1971, Asst, to Director, 1971-1973 and 1978-1982, Head of Service, 1973-1978. Nuclear safety inspector, Central Safety Service for Nuclear Installations, 1982-1987. Head of Mission for Nuclear Installations at the Direction Studies’ Centre at Valduc of the Atomic Energy Commission.

      1987-1989; President, Socaram (Society for a mixed economy in the department of Côte d’Or).

    Politics

    Membership

    President, Union for the Defence, Protection and Safeguarding of the Val Suzon site, since 1980. Member, French Society of Nuclear Energy.

    Personality

    Interests

    Flying.

    Connections

    • Spouse Annie Planche (née Lassus), 1962. Children: Marie-Hélène, Stéphane, Anne-Laure, Virginie.
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