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Renewable energies: wind energy companies call on deputies to support the bill and the general interest

2022-12-04T10:44:18.409Z

The National Assembly begins on Monday the examination in session of the text aimed at accelerating the deployment of renewable energies.



The deputies, who examine from Monday the bill of acceleration of renewable energies, must reinforce this text, calls Saturday the sector of the wind power, underlining the heavy energy and financial consequences of the delay of France in these energies.

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"

The inability of our country to implement, for more than two decades, its energy transition and in particular the deployment of renewable energies, today puts France in a situation of unprecedented energy, economic and social insecurity

", notes France Énergie Éolienne (FEE), which represents 350 players and industrialists in the sector, in an “

open letter to deputies

”.

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After the Senate, the deputies begin Monday the examination in session of the text aiming to accelerate the deployment of renewable energies.

For FEE, it “

must be significantly amended to enable France to meet its own energy needs

”.

"

It must be an opportunity to finally accelerate the development of our renewable energies and not an opportunity to slow down further, or worse, to put this development to death, as some are trying to do

," says Anne-Catherine de Tourtier, the president of the professional association.

Such is the immense responsibility that you bear today: to make France the first nation to get out of fossil fuels, and everyone knows that this path goes through renewable energies.

They therefore constitute one of the major levers of the general interest, of which you are the representatives

”, she wrote to them, recalling that the new nuclear power will not be able to provide new electrons for at least 15 years.

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France, which is preparing to suffer possible power cuts this winter, is behind on its own objectives in both wind and solar power.

His 2020 delay, the only one on the continent, exposes him to a fine of 500 million dollars from Brussels.

Source: lefigaro

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