<- Hard dé e: 0.013030052185059 sec -> It was a promise of François Hollande. This Friday, the National Assembly voted in Article 1 of the Bill of energy transition, which plans to reduce the share of nuclear in electricity generation from 75% to 50% by 2025
The same section of the bill, which was debated in the Chamber since Monday, program halving of energy consumption in 2050 compared to 2012 MEPs have added an interim target of 20% reduction in consumption in 2030 through a government amendment.
Among the other objectives set include lower emissions of greenhouse gases emissions by 40% between 1990 and 2030, and their division by 4 in 2050 Finally, the share of renewable energies should be increased to 23% in 2020 and 32% by 2030, and reduce consumption of fossil fuels by 30% in 2030.
The left cheered, UMP fulminates
The left applauded the vote of this article, the discussion has ceased to be elongated by UMP. Thus the member of the Upper Rhine Michel Sordi, whose riding includes the Fessenheim threatened with closure, as well as reiterated associated jobs Friday morning to be “attached to nuclear.”
The reduction of the share of nuclear power is in fact strongly opposed by the UMP, opposed to any “ideological bias” and “a political compromise between the candidate François Hollande and environmentalists.” UMP and UDI also criticize the majority say nothing of the impact of this choice on the electricity bills.
But for Ecology Minister Segolene Royal, bringing this text, the reallocation between the energies “will bring down the bills” and “the priority of this text is the energy savings.”
The Assembly must end Friday evening review of 64 articles of the draft law “on the energy transition to green growth.”