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|Ex-Dividend Date||May 18, 2022|
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The wider group plunged to €4.99bn (£4.46bn) loss as repairs impacted the group’s nuclear output for the year.
People will be paid to use less electricity as freezing weather bites UK.
Rising 180m high, the cooling towers of the Civaux nuclear power plant have graced the skyline near France’s Vienne River for more than two decades.
The head of France’s electricity grid has warned that his country is at risk of electricity shortages this winter, as problems with its nuclear power stations mount.
The best nuclear energy stocks represent companies that have a future as world seems to be fast approaching an energy crisis. Oil prices soared during the better part of the year, while natural gas prices are rising on fears over supply constraints heading into the winter. Some experts claim that nuclear energy is perhaps critical in powering our world, arguing that it is cleaner and arguably better from an environmental standpoint than oil and natural gas. Nuclear energy constitutes just 10% of
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