France, Poland and five other countries have written to the European Commission, warning that EU climate change policies could hamper nuclear power’s role in cutting CO2 emissions.
Reuters 24th March 2021 read more »
The leaders of seven European Union Member States have written to the European Commission on the role of nuclear power in EU climate and energy policy. The full text of the 19 March letter – which was addressed to Ursula von der Leyen, president of the European Commission, Frans Timmermans, executive vice-president, Mairead McGuinness, commissioner for Financial Stability, Financial Services and Capital Markets Union, and Kadri Simson, commissioner for Energy – is as follows.
World Nuclear News 25th March 2021 read more »
Nuclear: Paris pleads for postponement of green finance rules. France fears that nuclear energy will be excluded from the European text on taxonomy. Paris pleads for a postponement of the adoption of these rules which should guide investors towards sustainable finance.
Les Echos 24th March 2021 read more »