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Drought and hot weather this summer are adding to France’s nuclear powergeneration problems at the worst possible moment.

Drought and hot weather this summer are adding to France’s nuclear power
generation problems at the worst possible moment. As Europe grapples with
low Russian gas supply and the threat of no Russian supply at all,
non-Russian energy sources are more important than ever.

French power giant
Electricite de France (EDF) warned on Tuesday that it may have to reduce
nuclear power generation as the water levels of rivers are low and water
temperatures high. France has been experiencing outages at its nuclear
reactors in recent months, slashing power generation from nuclear power
plants. France’s nuclear power generation accounts for around 70 percent
of its electricity mix and when its reactors are fully operational it is a
net exporter of electricity to other European countries.

maintenance at several nuclear reactors this year, however, means that
France—and the rest of Europe—have less nuclear-generated power supply

 Oil Price 5th July 2022


July 7, 2022 - Posted by | Uncategorized

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