Electricity generated by French nuclear reactors slipped 0.3 percent year-on-year in June to 28.5 terawatt hour (TWh), state-controlled utility EDF said on Monday. EDF, which operates France’s 58 nuclear reactors, did not give reasons for the slight fall in production. The company said output since the start of the year was up 0.5% at 203.7 TWh compared with the same period a year ago. EDF’s nuclear generation stood at 393.2 TWh in 2018 and it is targeting 395 TWh in 2019.
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