Greening their production and moving towards “zero carbon”: all European energy groups have made it a priority, from French Engie to Italian Enel, German Innogy, Spanish Iberdrola or Portuguese EDP. A more difficult trajectory for EDF, the world’s leading operator of nuclear power plants, which has yet embarked on an ambitious trajectory to have 50 gigawatts (GW) of renewable capacity (hydro, solar, wind …) in 2030, either almost as much as nuclear power (63 GW).
Le Monde 10th Dec 2019 read more »
The leading electricity producer in terms of installed renewables capacity both in France and the European Union, the EDF Group has confirmed its acceleration of growth in the French renewables sector, with a 70% increase in gross renewable capacity at its EDF Renouvelables subsidiary over the last five years, an average growth rate of 12% per year. Several significant advances have come in 2019.
NS Energy 10th Dec 2019 read more »