The State and EDF close to an agreement on the regulation of electricity prices


By Bertille Bayart

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The Minister of Energy Transition, Agnès Pannier-Runacher, alongside the CEO of EDF, Luc Rémont, in April 2023. DANIEL LEAL / AFP

INFO LE FIGARO – After weeks of strong tensions, a compromise is being finalized.

One year after the arrival of Luc Rémont in command ofEDF and after several weeks of sometimes very tense discussions, the public company and the government agreed on the main lines of the future regulation which will govern in France nuclear electricity prices from 2026, when the current system will have become obsolete. This agreement was discussed during a working meeting on Monday with the Prime Minister Elisabeth Borne and the CEO of EDF.

“The objectives are shared”explains a source close to the matter, “both technical and political points of view are now very close”. A final piece of precision work to refine the cursors must still take place, before putting a draft into circulation in the next few days for consultation with system stakeholders. “It’s a matter of days”declared Wednesday morning the Minister of the Economy Bruno Le Maire on the stage of the Industry Conference organized by Usine Nouvelle…

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