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EDF open to failure on UK nuclear

The chief executive of EDF is not ruling out the possibility of failure in the company's ongoing negotiations with the British government to build the country's first nuclear power plant in two decades.

EDF CEO rules out nuclear plant closures

EDF will not shut down any of its 58 nuclear reactors, the head of the French state-controlled utility told Le Monde, as he faces a bill for an extra 10 billion euros ($13 billion) to improve their safety.

EDF chief attacks Energiewende

The chairman of France's biggest utility has blasted Germany's energy policy, referring to it as a disaster.

EDF announces nuclear cooperation deal with Chinese

The possibility of Chinese involvement in Britain's new nuclear power generation industry has come alive after EDF announced a long-term cooperation deal with China Guangdong Nuclear Power Holding (CGN).

Levy to replace Proglio at EDF?

Speculation is rife in France that the head of Europe's biggest power generator, and the world's biggest atomic operator, is set to be replaced.

EDF in talks about compensation with French government

EDF is to hold talks with the French government over compensation due as a result of the planned shutdown of the country's oldest nuclear power plant.

Proglio warns French government to curb nuclear plant closures

Henri Proglio, chief executive of EDF Energy, has warned the French government that the company's nuclear reactors will only meet half of France's power needs by 2030.

EDF in joint venture for new generation coal-fired plant

EDF has joined forces with China Datang Corporation to operate an ultra-supercritical coal-fired power plant at Fuzhou in south eastern China.

EDF and Areva sign Saudi nuclear pacts

French companies EDF and AREVA have signed deals with Saudi Arabia to help develop the kingdom's nuclear programme.

France calls on EDF, Areva to develop 1100 MW Atmea reactor

France has called upon state-owned nuclear firms Areva and EDF to concentrate on developing the mid-sized 1100 MW Atmea nuclear reactor to expand its export offerings.

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