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French power output reduced by strike

PARIS, Sept 29 (Reuters) - Strikes by workers reduced output from French nuclear and hydropower stations on Thursday afternoon, data from power group EDF EDF.PA showed. The 24-hour strike by French electricity union FNME over wage demands, pensions and purchasing power as inflation spirals across Europe reduced nuclear power generation by 3.5 gigawatts (GW) by 1245 GMT and by 470 megawatts (MW) at hydropower stations.
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Financial Times - Sept 29

Sept 29 (Reuters) - The following are the top stories in the Financial Times. Reuters has not verified these stories and does not vouch for their accuracy. Headlines - UK motor groups call for more energy help as rising costs hit investment Link - Bank of England launches 65 bln stg move to calm markets Link - EDF Energy to examine delaying closure of two UK nuclear plants Link - UK government 'must do more' to reassure markets, says CBI boss Link Overview - Almost half of the UK's carmakers and
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France drafts law to streamline red tape around nuclear reactor construction

PARIS, Sept 27 (Reuters) - France is drafting legislation to streamline bureaucracy around nuclear power projects and aims to start construction of its first next-generation EPR2 reactor before May 2027, an energy ministry official said on Tuesday. President Emmanuel Macron has put nuclear power at the heart of his country's drive for carbon neutrality by 2050, with plans to build at least six new reactors, and his government wants to reduce the bureaucratic processes involved.
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France To Review Arenh Mechanism Weighing On EDF

Sept 19 (Reuters) - Emmanuelle Wargon, head of energy regulator CRE on rules forcing EDF to sell chunk of nuclear power production to rivals at under-market prices: * HEAD OF FRANCE'S CRE ENERGY REGULATOR: MODALITIES LINKED TO ARENH MECHANISM WEIGHING ON EDF WILL NEED TO BE REVIEWED AND WE WILL PROBABLY FIND A DIFFERENT WAY TO DETERMINE PRICES AND
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France expected to send gas to Germany from October 10 - regulator

(Fixes spelling error in name in 2nd paragraph) PARIS, Sept 19 (Reuters) - France will likely start to export natural gas to Germany around October 10, the head of France's CRE energy regulator said, adding that the watchdog was currently working on tariff issues linked to the reversal of flows at the border crossing. A consultation to fix tariffs is currently underway and will likely last two weeks, Emmanuelle Wargon, the president of the CRE energy regulator, told franceinfo radio.
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France to make formal EDF buyout offer by end of month -sources

By Julien Ponthus, Pamela Barbaglia and Leigh Thomas PARIS, Sept 16 (Reuters) - The French government is now expected to launch its takeover of EDF EDF.PA by the end of September after a slight delay due to the complexity of clearing the offer price, three sources said. France's Finance Ministry said in July that it planned to file its offer to nationalise the struggling energy group at the beginning of this month, but has yet to lodge a formal bid.
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France expected to launch formal buyout offer for EDF by the end of Sept.-sources

PARIS, Sept 16 (Reuters) - The French government is now expected to launch its takeover of EDF EDF.PA by the end of September as the complex task of clearing the offer price for the struggling energy giant led to a slight delay in the buy-out process, three sources said. The Finance Ministry in July said it planned to file its offer at the beginning of September but has yet to lodge a formal bid to the AMF, France's financial markets regulator.
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France to cap power prices increase at 15% next year - Prime Minister

PARIS, Sept 14 (Reuters) - The allowed increase of French power prices for households will be capped at 15said Prime Minister Elisabeth Borne, as governments across Europe look to tackle energy prices that have soared after Russia's invasion of Ukraine. Borne said the maximum 15% price cap increase for gas would take effect next January, while the 15% price cap increase on electricity would take effect in February.
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French finance minister: Energy prics caps to cost 16 bln euros next year

PARIS, Sept 14 (Reuters) - The net budget cost of France's energy price caps next year will be 16 billion euros ($15.99 billion), the country's finance minister said on Wednesday. "This is the net cost," Bruno Le Maire told a news conference. ($1 = 1.0007 euros) Reporting by Tassilo Hummel Editing by David Goodman
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France to cap power prices increase at 15% next year - Prime Minister

PARIS, Sept 14 (Reuters) - The allowed increase of power prices for households, driven by geopolitical tensions over the Ukraine war and a lack of domestic nuclear power output, will be capped at 15said French Prime Minister Elisabeth Borne. Reporting by Tassilo Hummel; Editing by Sudip Kar-Gupta
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France to cap power prices increase at 15% next year - Prime Minister

PARIS, Sept 14 (Reuters) - The allowed increase of power prices for households, driven by geopolitical tensions over the Ukraine war and a lack of domestic nuclear power output, will be capped at 15said French Prime Minister Elisabeth Borne. Reporting by Tassilo Hummel; Editing by Sudip Kar-Gupta
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No risk of total blackout in France but vigilance needed - RTE

PARIS, Sept 14 (Reuters) - There is no risk of a total blackout in France this winter due to the current energy crisis, but some power cuts cannot be ruled out during peaks of demand, grid operator RTE said Wednesday. RTE said lowering national electricity consumption by 1% to 5% in most scenarios and up to 15% in an extreme scenario of gas shortage and very cold weather could help avert a power crunch.
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No risk of total blackout in France but vigilance needed - RTE

PARIS, Sept 14 (Reuters) - There is no risk of a total blackout in France this winter due to the current energy crisis, but some power cuts cannot be ruled out during peaks of demand, grid operator RTE said on Wednesday. RTE said lowering national electricity consumption by 1% to 5% in most scenarios and up to 15% in an extreme scenario of gas shortage and very cold weather could help avert a power crunch.
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British Business - Sept 6

Sept 6 (Reuters) - The following are the top stories on the business pages of British newspapers. Reuters has not verified these stories and does not vouch for their accuracy. The Times Britain's incoming Prime Minister Liz Truss is expected to freeze energy bills for every household and business in the country in one of her first acts as prime minister.
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UK's Boris Johnson goes nuclear with swansong energy investment

(Updates with detail, comment) By Muvija M and Susanna Twidale LONDON, Sept 1 (Reuters) - Britain will invest 700 million pounds ($809.13 million) in EDF's EDF.PA planned Sizewell C nuclear plant, outgoing Prime Minister Boris Johnson said on Thursday, announcing his last major policy move before he steps down from the role next week. "Go nuclear and go large, go with Sizewell C," Johnson said, speaking at Sizewell in the eastern English country of Suffolk.
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UK to invest 700 mln pounds in new nuclear plant in PM Johnson's swansong

By Muvija M and Susanna Twidale LONDON, Sept 1 (Reuters) - Outgoing Prime Minister Boris Johnson said on Thursday that Britain will invest 700 million pounds ($809.13 million) in EDF's EDF.PA planned Sizewell C nuclear plant, his last major policy announcement before stepping down from the role next week. The investment comes as Britain strives to be more energy independent after a surge in oil and gas prices following the war in Ukraine has left millions of households facing fuel poverty this w
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'More cash' to come, says British PM Johnson on cost-of-living support

LONDON, Sept 1 (Reuters) - British Prime Minister Boris Johnson said on Thursday there would be "more cash" support from the government to help tackle a cost-of-living crisis pressuring households and businesses. "We're helping people with the cost of living, and of course, there will be more cash to come, whoever takes over me from the months ahead," Johnson, who will make way for a new prime minister next week, told reporters at the site of a nuclear power plant in eastern England.
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Financial Times - Sept 1

Sept 1(Reuters) - The following are the top stories in the Financial Times. Reuters has not verified these stories and does not vouch for their accuracy. Headlines - Boris Johnson set to confirm UK government's 20% stake in new Sizewell C nuclear plant Link - Natwest set to refund hundreds of business customers Link - UK energy bill help will not reduce headline inflation, statisticians rule Link - Russia shuts down Nord Stream gas pipeline to Europe Link Overview - Boris Johnson is expected to
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Restarts at several French nuclear power reactors delayed

PARIS, Aug 25 (Reuters) - Several of EDF's EDF.PA nuclear power reactors in France have had their restart pushed back to at least mid-November in an adjustment of outage schedules, further delaying 5.2 gigawatts (GW) of supply at a time of historically low availability. Issues with corrosion on the piping of several reactors, along with a delayed maintenance schedule, has reduced the French nuclear fleet to 30-year lows in 2022 as the rest of Europe scrambles to find new sources of natural gas s
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UK midcaps hits new one-month low as business activity stalls

* UK flash composite PMI at 50.9 vs est 51.1 * Defensive sectors weigh on FTSE 100 * Wood Plc drops after H1 results * FTSE 100 down 0.6%, FTSE 250 off 1% By Johann M Cherian, Sruthi Shankar and Aniruddha Ghosh Aug 23 (Reuters) - The British midcap index hit a fresh one-month low on Tuesday as a looming gas crisis in Europe and news of slower-than-expected business activity growth exacerbated fears of recession, while a stronger pound weighed on the exporter-heavy FTSE 100 .FTSE .
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