France should not count on extending the lifespan of its nuclear reactors beyond 50 years to counter a possible failure to achieve its objectives in renewable energies, the President of the Authority warned on Thursday. of nuclear safety (ASN), Bernard Doroszczuk. At present, there is “no guarantee” that the reactor vessels can continue to operate beyond their fiftieth anniversary due to corrosion, he told a parliamentary committee. Some tanks “have very little margin for operation beyond 50 years,” Doroszczuk said.
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