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ENGIE expects months of discussions with the government about keeping nuclear power plants open for a longer period |  the interior

ENGIE expects months of discussions with the government about keeping nuclear power plants open for a longer period | the interior

The Belgian government wants to keep its two newest nuclear power plants – Doel 4 and Tihange 3 – open for ten years longer after 2025. The government is in negotiations with Engie Electrabel, the operator of the nuclear power plants.

The president of the company, Inge Clamdio, warns of the difficulty of childbirth. “What could have been complicated but realistic three years ago is difficult today,” said Le Figaro’s CEO. Decision making late seems to make the process difficult to achieve.

That is why Engy has asked the Belgian government to work on a solution that guarantees a “balanced distribution of risks”. “The talks have just begun. They are very complex. They can take months,” said the head of the French energy giant.

There is a “little chance” of bringing the two nuclear reactors in question back into service before 2027, Catherine MacGregor, CEO of Engie, said during the general meeting of shareholders in Paris on Thursday. Construction is in less than five years. “Time to complete the business” to extend their lives.

McGregor also stressed that Belgium’s claim to extend the life of the two reactors “is overdue and involves significant safety, regulatory and enforcement limitations.” The prominent woman says Engi is working with the Belgian government with the goal of “sharing risks and opportunities”.

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