It should be a golden age for Électricité de France. With energy prices going up due to shortages of Russian gas, the French utility stands as Europe's dominant player within nuclear power and offers a cheaper alternative with zero-carbon, baseload capacity. At the same time the company is riding a wave of renewed public enthusiasm for the technology, which the EU Commission is proposing to include in its sustainable investment taxonomy as a green asset.
But this is in no way a golden age for EDF – not by a long shot.
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