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Some visibility emerges on EDF’s future structure

EDF and nuclear reactor supplier Areva have begun to agree terms on a restructuring intended to place the French nuclear energy sector on a firmer footing.
The two companies, both largely owned by the French state, have been under pressure to merge or reorganise since the burden of costs and compensation for the Olkiluoto and Flamanville plants – supposedly the forerunners of the UK’s Hinkley Point C – began to mount.

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