← All news

French parliament adopts energy bill planning CO2 neutrality

Friday, 13 September 2019

  Interactive charts, tables and graphics removed. Subscribers see full content

The French National Assembly gave the final go-ahead on Wednesday (11 September) to the government's energy and climate bill that targets carbon neutrality by 2050.

Also in the bill is a call for a reduction in the nuclear electricity mix, from 75% currently to 50% by 2035. However, this represents a delay of 10 years from previous plans and has been criticised by some environmentalists.


Interested in Green Certificate pricing, insights and analytics?

Contact us to get a free trial.