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EdF Cuts Nuclear Capacity For Several Hours on Thursday

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EdF has cut nuclear generation capacity for several hours on Thursday, remit data showed.

  • The 915MW Cruas 2 reactor will be offline for 24h starting 01:00AM CET 4 July.
  • The 905MW Chinon 4 reactor will have reduced of 176MW for two hours on 4 July starting 14:00 CET.
  • The 890MW Dampierre 2 reactor will have curtailed output of 180MW for four hours 08:00AM CET.
  • The 1.33GW Flamanville 1 will operate on reduced capacity of 555MW for one hour starting 14:00 CET on 4 July.
  • French wind output is expected at 6.61GW, or 33% load factor on 4 July, before dropping to 3.4GW or 17% load factor on 5 July and rising to 5.34GW the next day.
  • French power demand is forecast to peak at 49.8GW on midday 4 July, RTE data showed.
  • The French base day-ahead spot settled at €10.53/MWh from €38.11/MWh on the previous day. The peak-load spot index cleared at €4.04/MWh.
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EdF has cut nuclear generation capacity for several hours on Thursday, remit data showed.

  • The 915MW Cruas 2 reactor will be offline for 24h starting 01:00AM CET 4 July.
  • The 905MW Chinon 4 reactor will have reduced of 176MW for two hours on 4 July starting 14:00 CET.
  • The 890MW Dampierre 2 reactor will have curtailed output of 180MW for four hours 08:00AM CET.
  • The 1.33GW Flamanville 1 will operate on reduced capacity of 555MW for one hour starting 14:00 CET on 4 July.
  • French wind output is expected at 6.61GW, or 33% load factor on 4 July, before dropping to 3.4GW or 17% load factor on 5 July and rising to 5.34GW the next day.
  • French power demand is forecast to peak at 49.8GW on midday 4 July, RTE data showed.
  • The French base day-ahead spot settled at €10.53/MWh from €38.11/MWh on the previous day. The peak-load spot index cleared at €4.04/MWh.