Engie would have proposed to EDF to sell him its Belgian reactors. Engie’s CEO, Isabelle Kocher, has proposed to EDF’s CEO, Jean-Bernard Lévy, to sell to the public electricity group, the leading electricity supplier in France and in Europe, the seven Belgian nuclear power reactors. Engie. This is what reports Le Canard Enchaîné in its edition to be published this Wednesday. Isabelle Kocher has also suggested that EDF buys the 49% stake that Engie holds in the Compagnie Nationale du Rhône (CNR) – the rest of the capital of the French producer of renewable energies being public. A spokesman for Engie said the group had no plans to sell Electrabel or its stake in CNR. For its part, a spokeswoman for EDF declined to comment. Engie said Monday that it expected for this year an operating result (Ebitda) slightly lower than the indication provided earlier because of the prolonged shutdown of two nuclear reactors in Belgium.
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