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L’Obs 10th July 2019 read more »
France may find it difficult to replace the fourteen reactors it plans to close by 2035 with other technologies at costs that are not exorbitant, said Thursday the director of the International Air Transport Agency. energy (AIE). “The extension of the life [of the reactors] is very competitive in terms of costs,” he told a meeting of policy makers, energy companies and industry associations at headquarters. the agency in Paris. “It’s the cheapest source to have zero-emission technology, while providing basic electricity. ” If current nuclear energy policies remain unchanged, advanced economies will lose about two-thirds of their nuclear capacity by 2040,” he added, referring to a nuclear study published by the IEA. may.
Montel 11th July 2019 read more »
French utility EDF (EDF) said on Thursday that the extension of outages at its Flamanville 2 and Paluel 4 nuclear reactors was due to a series of technical issues. Both reactors are undergoing their third 10-year upgrade, and have been offline since early January. They were due to resume production on Aug. 16 for Flamanville 2 and July 31 at Paluel 4 but the outages have since been extended for an additional period of time.
Reuters 11th July 2019 read more »