Engie ready to act the end of Belgian nuclear power

Faced with the hesitations of the government, the group warned that it could no longer invest in extending the life of its two plants.

Electrabel, the Belgian subsidiary of Engie, is preparing to stop its work to extend the life of two of its Belgian nuclear reactors. According to “L’Echo”, the group “on Tuesday indicated to its employees its intention to stop all LTO projects (long-term operations) linked to the extension of Belgian nuclear power”. Asked by “Le Figaro”, Engie confirms not …

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