Belgium: Extending Nuclear Power Through Mid-2030s

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In order to extend the operating lives of Belgium's two youngest reactors by ten years the federal government will take on the risk of future cost escalations in Belgium's nuclear waste management, will take an equity stake in the nuclear plants themselves and will provide a contract-for-difference (CFD) to guarantee the price of output from the reactors.

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