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31.08.2018Adjustment of the revision agenda of the nuclear units
24.07.2018Automatic stop of Tihange 2 on July 23, 2018 - explanation
Electrabel wants to communicate transparently on the ongoing revisions of its units. At Doel 3, the Electrabel teams noticed during the inspections at the planned stop of the reactor that the concrete ceiling of the building adjacent to the reactor building needed to be repaired. This particular building contains the 2nd level security…
This Sunday, June 25, an organisation called Stop Tihange & Doel is organising a tri-national human chain stretching from the Tihange nuclear power station to the city of Aachen, passing through Liège and Maastricht. Those taking part want to further demonstrate their opposition to nuclear power.
Port of Antwerp and ENGIE sign 30-year concession agreement for construction and operation of sustainable infrastructure powered by LNG, CNG and electricity.
ENGIE confirms that it signed yesterday with the Federal Government of Belgium a convention for a 10-year extension to operation of the Doel 1 and Doel 2 nuclear reactors. This agreement is part of the overall framework of the new nuclear contribution system with following modalities. The planned amounts for the reactors Doel 3, Doel 4,…
ENGIE M2M shifts up a gear in expanding its SigFox network in Belgium On 24 November 2015, the ENGIE Group and Telenet signed a cooperation agreement on the development of the SigFox cellular network in Belgium specialising in the 'Internet of Things' (IoT). The IoT is an innovation designed to give everyday objects (wireless) Internet…
On 17th November, the Federal Agency for Nuclear Control (AFCN) announced its decision that it is totally safe to restart the nuclear power plants Doel 3 and Tihange 2. Electrabel has taken note of this decision. As you will remember, Electrabel shut down the two power plants on its own initiative on 26 March 2014 while implementing the…
Electrabel, ENGIE’s subsidiary, announced today that the period of unavailability of Doel 3 and Tihange 2 Belgian nuclear plants is reviewed to January 1st, 2016 in accordance with its transparency obligations. The impact from the outage of these two plants on the net recurring income Group share is estimated at approximately EUR 40 million…
Electrabel informs that it has reviewed the period of unavailability of Doel 3 and Tihange 2 and adapted it to 1 January 2016. The Federal Agency for Nuclear Control has confirmed that the two safety cases submitted by Electrabel are still being analysed by its technical subsidiary Bel V, by the control organisation AIB Vinçotte and by an…