Experts plead to extend the nuclear and facilitate the renewable

Several professors from the UCL and the ULB, led by climatologist André Berger (UCL), advocate for an extension of nuclear power plants after 2023, and for the

Experts plead to extend the nuclear and facilitate the renewable

Several professors from the UCL and the ULB, led by climatologist André Berger (UCL), advocate for an extension of nuclear power plants after 2023, and for the cancellation of the measures which may indirectly encourage renewable energy, such as the privileges of "prosumers" in Belgium.

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"A sustainable source necessary for the transition,"

" The production of nuclear electricity turns out to be the source of energy the most appropriate and the most sustainable to ensure the success of the electrical transition in Belgium. It is for the well-being of our people and our businesses to accompany the exit from the crisis Covid-19 and look beyond 2023 – date of the planned shutdown of the first nuclear reactors – following the three criteria of any modern energy policy : security of supply ; prices affordable and stable for all ; décarbonation of the economy, " argue the experts in an open letter.

Date Of Update: 05 June 2020, 13:35

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