In Fessenheim, last hours for the nuclear power plant before an unprecedented dismantling over fifteen years. Forty-three years of service and a dismantling that promises to take a long time: on the night of Monday 29 to Tuesday 30 June, the Alsatian nuclear power plant in Fessenheim will definitively stop operating before being dismantled. A victory for the anti-nuclear forces but a heartbreak for the employees and the inhabitants.
Le Monde 29th June 2020 read more »
The last operating reactor at France’s oldest nuclear power plant is scheduled to shut down June 30, some 43 years after the plant entered commercial operation. The French government, though, on June 27 ruled out further full closures of nuclear plants, according to Reuters, which cited sources in the country’s energy ministry.
Power Mag 28th June 2020 read more »