France raises the tone in Europe on nuclear power

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France raises the tone in Europe on nuclear power

In Europe, France raises the tone on nuclear power. The newspaper "Les Echos" writes it, explaining that Paris "obstructs the text on the directive that provides for the development of renewable energies", considered a "pillar" of the European Green deal. “Our energy and climate goals need to take into account decarbonisation and heavy industrial realities,” a French source said. “The transition must be an opportunity for the reindustrialization of Europe, it must not lead to a relocation to countries that emit more and are less demanding from an environmental point of view,” added the source. "For France, it is not a question of calling into question the renewable directive as a whole but of obtaining changes to arrive at an adoption of the text under the Swedish mandate, before June 30", writes "Les Echos"

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