France to earmark €10 bln of funding to promote renewable energy use

July 2014
Energy Today (Hungary);7/30/2014, p4
The article reports that France is investing 10 billion euro to promote the use of renewable energy sources and aims at reducing reliance on nuclear energy to 50% of electricity production.


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