Greenpeace: French nuclear more costly than renewables by 2020

June 2014
Energy Today (Hungary);6/13/2014, p5
The article discusses the statement made by environmental organization Greenpeace on higher cost of nuclear power source in 2020 due to the needed upgrade in energy supplier EDF's 58 nuclear reactors, photovoltaic price fall in 2019 and France's atomic energy use reduction to 50% in 2025.


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