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The new nuclear : To catch up with the lost time

The rapid rise of oil and natural gas prices following the sanctions against Russia after the Ukraine invasion has started in Europe an unprecedented inflationist wave for 40 years and the second oil crisis. The limits of renewables have been noted because their intermittent character makes the availability of power production capacities always indispensable. In France, the delays in the putting into production of the Flamanville EPR and of the achievements of the maintenance operations after the Covid-19 pandemic along with the outbreak of corrosion phenomenon have provoked a 30% fall of the nuclear power production and have compelled the ...

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The ecology and the essential challenges for France

It is always difficult to achieve two different objectives in the same time, a green France, as an example for the whole world and a re-industrialized France to get back full employment and energy independence. But the past action in the nuclear power production and the one, today decided in Brussels, supported by Paris, regarding car industry, provide good examples of what it must not to be done if we want to reach these two objectives, along with being conscient of the real France weight in this essential stake which is the fight against climate warming.

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The Germany weakening

In less than thirty years, once the unification of the Eastern provinces was successfully achieved, Germany has become the good if not the best pupil of the European Union. It could so set its conditions for the creation of the euro, bolstered by its foreign trade surplus, the rigorous management of its public finances and its low inflation. It revived the great principles which had made its prosperity. As far as back 1895, Paul Valery, the French essayist, had shown that it was coming from its ability “to make returning the maximum of wealth from all the places in the ...

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