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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…
Electrabel, ENGIE Group, has taken note of the decision issued by the Constitutional Court on the 17th of September, dismissing its annulment claim against the 2013 nuclear contribution. In its decision, the Court did not take into account the significant decrease of the results out of Belgian nuclear generation. Yet the €422 million…
Electrabel takes note of the complaint filed by the Federal Agency for Nuclear Control (FANC) on third August to the public prosecutor of Huy. In the complaint, FANC emphasizes that the analysis and the communication regarding the test results of a valve were not executed within the procedures and the fixed time frame. This time frame is…
ENGIE confirms that an agreement in principle has been reached between its subsidiary Electrabel and the Federal Government of Belgium regarding the conditions for a 10-year extension to operation of the Doel 1 and Doel 2. This agreement is part of the overall framework of the new nuclear contribution system announced by the Minister of…
To contribute to the security of supply of Belgium, Electrabel has decided to adapt the planning of operations of Doel 2 in order to keep the power plant available till the end of the winter, according to the framework that was determined by the law of the 28th of June, published in the Belgian official journal this Monday.
In accordance with Electrabel transparency obligations, Electrabel informs that the period of unavailability of Doel 3 and Tihange 2 is pushed to November 1st, 2015. This update follows the details communicated by the Federal Agency for Nuclear Control in the context of the review process about the reactor vessels of Doel 3 and Tihange 2.