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New EDF boss requires higher electricity prices

French utility EDF's new boss Jean-Bernard Levy complained on Tuesday about low energy prices in France, declaring government regulations were obliging the utility to finance its dividends partially through debt.

read more... 26/11/2014


UK nuclear regulator gave approval to resume three EDF reactors

Britain's Office for Nuclear Regulation (ONR) gave permission on Friday for EDF Energy to resume three nuclear reactors over the next week, offline since August, for inspections needed by an error on a similar unit.

read more... 24/11/2014


EDF: French nuclear reactor postponed to 2017

French utility EDF declared that its Areva-designed EPR nuclear reactor in Flamanville, France, will be delayed one more year, anticipating it would be linked to the grid in 2017, a decade after the start of the construction.

read more... 19/11/2014


EDF: strong nuclear production compensates for unfavorable weather

Strong nuclear production in France compensated for the negative repercussion of bad weather on EDF’s sales in the first nine months of the year, as stated by French utility on Thursday.

read more... 07/11/2014


EDF’s nuclear electricity tariff stable until at least July 2015

The price EDF charges competitors for its nuclear power will stay fixed until at least July 2015 when a new tariff system will be revealed, as stated by French Energy Minister Segolene Royal on Tuesday.

read more... 05/11/2014