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EDF announces big push into solar, sees cost at 25 billion euros
by Geert De Clercq
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11 December 2017
On 11 December 2017 Reuters reported:
French state-owned utility EDF announced on Monday (11 December) plans for a big push into solar energy in France that is likely to cost around 25 billion euros as the government tries to meet its climate goals. Speaking a day before Paris hosts a climate summit, , the company's CEO said EDF aimed to build 30 gigawatt (GW) of solar capacity from 2020 to 2035 ... France wants to reduce the share of nuclear in power generation from 75 percent today to 50 percent by around 2035 and wants to massively boost renewables investment.
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Global Good News considers construction of new nuclear plants in France to be a flop, and not a positive trend. Reuters said: 'EDF is also continuing studies for the construction of new nuclear plants in France and is working on an optimized version of its Areva-designed EPR nuclear reactor. ...'
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