A study by the French environment agency, Ademe, has found that the economic case for renewable energy is stronger than that for new nuclear reactors, dealing a blow to plans by the French government and energy company EDF to build a new generation of European Pressurised Water reactors, or EPRs.
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Is 100% renewable electricity possible? This is what the Spanish government, which announced on November 15, wants to achieve this goal for the year 2050 and aim for carbon neutrality the same year. This was also thought by three presidential candidates in 2017, Philippe Poutou, Benoît Hamon and Jean-Luc Mélenchon, who had integrated it into their programs .At a time when scientists are reminiscing, scientific work in media forums, the window of action against climate change is closing, at a time when climate markets receive the support of a growing share of society the debate on energy sources has become unavoidable. Even in France, where the production of electricity is largely decarbonated by the use of nuclear energy (non-renewable, but releasing virtually no greenhouse gas ).
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