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Belgian government pressed to pay for extension of nuclear reactors Doel 4 and Tihange 3

Power suppliers Engie up the pressure, ask Belgian government to step in
to share nuclear burden. In a letter to PM Alexander De Croo, the French
power suppliers Engie are asking the federal government to pay part of the
bill for the lifetime extension of Belgium’s youngest nuclear reactors Doel
4 and Tihange 3. Earlier, the federal government had decided to extend the
time frame for the youngest two nuclear reactors with 10 years – until 2035
– to guarantee power supplies. The rest will have to close in 2025 as part
of a larger energy deal. Flanders News

2nd June 2022

June 4, 2022 - Posted by | business and costs, EUROPE

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