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France power markets long-term outlook H2 2015

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Report summary

The French power market will continue to be dominated by supply from nuclear - the lasting legacy of a major programme of reactor construction undertaken during the 1970’s to reduce the country’s dependence on imports of foreign fuels. In July 2015, the French government adopted its long-awaited proposal for energy transition to reduce nuclear's share of power supply from its current level of 75% to 50% by 2025.

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    • Wood Mackenzie's H2 2015 report provides a high level summary of the key issues at play in the market and key changes from our H1 2015 update. The H2 2015 dataset is available in the Related Downloads. For more detail and context on our outlook for France, please refer to the France power markets long-term outlook H1 2015.
    • Key changes
      • Power supply by source
    • Recent developments
      • Change between forecasts

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