EDF has a little trouble getting through the winter

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Re: EDF has a little trouble getting through the winter




by Remundo » 12/10/22, 13:18

The friend Trouble Done publishes a long video, but of excellent "bill", if I dare say!

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Re: EDF has a little trouble getting through the winter




by Remundo » 13/10/22, 00:55

the cégétist mismanagement continues... with FO this time... on the nuclear power station front (already catastrophic!)
Several nuclear power plants have been on strike for several weeks for a salary increase. The Gravelines power plant (North), the most powerful in Western Europe, should take part in it in turn from Thursday, October 13, at the call of Force Ouvrière and the CGT.

Employees demand a 5% increase in their gross salary, threaten to delay the connection to the network of one of the six 900 MW reactors, which will be shut down this weekend for annual maintenance and must be restarted before the end of the year.

source: France Info
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Re: EDF has a little trouble getting through the winter




by Christophe » 13/10/22, 00:57

Well I admit when the MWh goes from 40 to 800 there it is justified!

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by Christophe » 14/10/22, 00:10

BFMTV invents the electric radiator with thermostatic valve : Cheesy:

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by Petrus » 14/10/22, 15:31

After manufacturing consumers for decades, telling us over and over again that consuming a maximum without worrying about the future is great, until it came to the point that the majority of the population volunteered for medical experimentation to continue to consume.
After denigrating the decrements by calling them stingy, individualists (the height) because they do not wish to participate in holy growth, they dare to be surprised that the energy saving campaigns do not work, LOL.
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by Christophe » 14/10/22, 16:03

That's not too bad of a summary Petrus! : Mrgreen:
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Re: EDF has a little trouble getting through the winter




by Obamot » 22/10/22, 06:15

After seeing this : Arrowd:



Wouldn't it be worth wondering about the details of US interventionism in the current EDF crisis?
And the shutdown of the power plants...
It could be very interesting...!
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by gegyx » 22/10/22, 10:19

All this harmful work, when he was only a "collaborator"...
Then he deployed all his stature in the collapse of the structures of the country : Twisted:

The Brits fired Liz Truss in 46 days.
Ours, we re-elected him...
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Re: EDF has a little trouble getting through the winter




by Flytox » 22/10/22, 20:06

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Re: EDF has a little trouble getting through the winter




by Christophe » 27/10/22, 18:24

This explains many things: EDF in 2000 vs EDF in 2022

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(Simplet should be ok with me...on this one)
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