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"Lévionnay, terre de possibles"
Lévionnay, land of possible
Largest cityLéviant
Official languagesFranquese
DemonymLévionnais, Lévionnaise
GovernmentLocal parliamentary assembly, federal province of Ardencian Federation
 • Président provincial de LévionnayPierre de St-Nicolas
 • Présidente de l'Assemblée Provinciale de LévionnayHelena Loise
 • Commissaire fédéral d'Ardence en LévionnayAndreas Louiniont
 • Total1054,900
  1. km2
    407.2992 sq mi
 • Water (%)~0.29%
Drives on theright

Lévionnay is one of the provinces that make up the Astrasian Confederation (Frenquese : Confédération astrasienne).Of intermediate size, it constitutes an important seafront, due to the many bays and river estuaries ideally located in the open sea of the Lilianes.



The most of the province is located on the coast, excepted one of the four départements, which is located totally in the hinterland. It is bordered to the east and north by the province of Sainte-Agnès, to the northwest by Onatino and to the west by the province of St-Raphael.


There is three main moutains in the province : a part of the Collines des Saggamanches, traveling the whole province, the Massif de Plantemorgue, on the coast, and finally a part of the Massif du Chanceux, going to the city of St-Jean-de-Chance (Sainte-Agnès).


There are two mains urban area in Lévionnay, concentrating the most of the people : the Métropole Côtière de Chamarande-Jacobville, going from St-Rigaud near to Sainte-Agnès province to Jacobville, and the Balanque urban area (not build yet).


Lévionnay isn't a very populated province, but there are many industrial places making it significant in the Ardencian Federation.


Currently, Lévionnay have a significant harbour with oil/gas and container terminals in Chamarande, the PINC (franquese : "Port d'Intérêt National de Chamarande"), operated by the CL2P - Compagnie Lévionnaise des Ports de Plantemorgue wich is a public company administrated by the province. A naval base is going to be build in St-Rigaud Bay, to develop Ardencian Navy's capacities.

Power plants

From more than three decades, local government of Lévionnay province decided to develop a energetic policy in order to become an important productor of energy in the Ardencian federation. In this context, several nuclear power plants have been built, including that of Milneuf (department of Plantemorgue) which hosts six nuclear fission reactors but also the first nuclear fusion reactor connected to the electricity network resulting from a collaboration between many provinces and States, Super Milneuf Fusion. Although nuclear power already produces more electricity than the province requires, thus making it possible to export to other provinces, Lévionnay has also built large hydroelectric dams, particularly in the Massif de Plantemorgue, as well as a few additional gas plants. Electricity production is therefore diversified, controllable and carbon-free, the result of a long-term project led by the provincial government.

Attracting new industries and workers

The provincial government want to attract in the province new companies, industries and workers to develop the economy. For this, the province has many advantages such as inexpensive energy, developed transport infrastructures, to which are added tax advantages and aid for new businesses. The province is also relying on communication throughout the Ardennes federation, with the aim of making the opportunities offered known. Major communication campaigns are thus launched throughout the country, with the logo and the slogan of the province.

Commercial identity for promoting the province, Lévionnay, Ardencian Federation.

Political administration

Provincial Assembly

Lévionnay, as an Astrasian state, have a parlementary assembly. It is composed of 350 members named "Conseillers provinciaux" elected directly for six years. This assembly is charged to vote the budget of the province, and also to elect the President of the Province (Franquese : Président provincial de Lévionnais) who is in the same time president of the assembly and head of government of the province.

Official logotype of the Province of Lévionnay
Official logotype of the Province of Lévionnay


The province is composed of four départements, which are minor divisions. The unique role the only role of these departments is the maintenance of the secondary road network, as well as the distribution of social allowances. Léviant, which is the capital of the province, does not belong to any department and has its own local authority.




Ref Name Location Energy Units Power
MILFIS1 to MILFIS6 Centrale nucléaire de Milneuf (ingerish : conventional nuclear plant of Milneuf) Complexe nucléaire de Milneuf, Milneuf, Plantemorgue, Lévionnay Nuclear (fission)
  • 6x 1435 MWe pressurized water reactor (EPR) gen2
8610 MW
SUPERMILFUSION Réacteur SuperMilneuf-Fusion (ingerish : SuperMilneuf fusion nuclear reactor) Complexe nucléaire de Milneuf, Milneuf, Plantemorgue, Lévionnay Nuclear (fusion)
  • 1x Tokamak 2156 MWe fusion reactor
2156 MW
HOTAG1 to HOTAG6 Centrale nucléaire de l'Hotago (ingerish : conventional nuclear plant of Hotago River) Site nucléaire de l'Hotago, Marcellin-du-Fleuve, Hotago, Lévionnay Nuclear (fission)
  • 6x 1435 MWe pressurized water reactor (EPR) gen2
8610 MW
HOTAGSOL Centrale photovoltaïque de l'Hotago Site nucléaire de l'Hotago, Marcellin-du-Fleuve, Hotago, Lévionnay Solar (photovoltaïc)
  • 5x 19 MW silicon photovoltaic arrays
95 MW
LSAHYDRO Centrale hydroélectrique de Lieusant Zone industrialo-portuaire de Chamarande-Lieusant Hydroelectric (run the river)
  • 5x 20 MWe hydrodynamic screw
115 MW
LSATHERMGAZ1 and 2 / LSATHERDECH Centrale thermique de Lieusant Zone industrialo-portuaire de Chamarande-Lieusant Gas (+waste)
  • 1x 215 MWe steam gas generator
  • 1x 75 MWe steam gas generator
  • 1x 25 MWe incinerator
315 MW
GCHPL Barrage de la Sainte-Marie GCH de Plantemorgue-Lévionnay Hydroelectric (water storage)
  • 1x 80 MWe Francis turbine (with pumping)
  • 9x 80 MWe Francis turbine
800 MW
TNSHYDRO Barrage de Tain-sur-Saon CH de Blanchonnaise-Lévionnay (site de Taon) Hydroelectric (water storage)
  • 1x 80 MWe Francis turbine (with pumping)
  • 5x 80 MWe Francis turbine
480 MW
DMBHYDRO Barrage de la Dame-Blanche CH de Blanchonnaise-Lévionnay (site de la Dame-Blanche) Hydroelectric (water storage)
  • 1x 80 MWe Francis turbine (with pumping)
  • 7x 80 MWe Francis turbine
640 MW
TOTAL - - - 39 units 21.8 GW