EDF could shut power output at Golfech nuclear plant due to hot weather

22/07/2019 08:44 Nuclear

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French utility EDF could shut down production at its 2,600 megawatt capacity Golfech nuclear power plant in the south of France from Tuesday July 23, due to the high temperature forecast on the Garonne river.

The utility uses water from the river to cool the two reactors at the plant.

 

French meteorological services have forecast hot and dry weather across France next week, with a risk of a heatwave in the southeastern parts of the country.

Source: reuters.com

Gazprom Neft joins the international LNG-bunkering community

31/07/2020 09:40:00

Gazprom Neft has become the 1st oil company in Russia to join the Society for Gas as a Marine Fuel (SGMF), through its Gazpromneft Marine Bunker subsidiary Gazpromneft Shipping, operator of the Gazpromneft Marine Bunker fleet.

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German wind, solar tenders award 384 MW in July

31/07/2020 09:26:00

Projects with a combined capacity of 384 MW secured surcharges in Germany’s tenders for wind and solar power this month, the Federal Network Agency, also known as the Bundesnetzagetur (BNetzA) has announced.

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Plans unveiled for €1.6bn gigafactory in France to supercharge growing battery demand

31/07/2020 09:18:00

Production in the gigafactory is scheduled to begin in 2023 with a capacity of 16GWh of battery cells which will later increase to 50GWh

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