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GDF Suez pays Belgium €212 million nuclear tax for 2010

Friday, January 14, 2011

France's GDF Suez has paid the Belgian government a 2010 nuclear tax payment of Eur212 million ($276 million), a company spokeswoman said Thursday.

Through its subsidiary Electrabel, GDF Suez operates almost all of Belgium's 5.9 GW of nuclear capacity.

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Belgium may extend lifetimes of nuke plants

Friday, October 2, 2009

BRUSSELS, Oct 2 (Reuters) - Belgium may extend the lifetimes of its three oldest nuclear power stations by ten years to 2025 to guard against energy shortages, newspaper De Standaard reported on Friday.
The plants, two in Doel near the northern city of Antwerp and one in Tihange in southeastern Belgium, are due to close in 2015.

But Energy Minister Paul Magnette will submit a report to the government on Friday that concludes Belgium will face energy supply problems if the plants close on schedule, De Standaard said.

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Greenpeace in Belgium fined

Wednesday, March 26, 2008

Belgian section of the environmental organisation Greenpeace has been fined following a protest at Doel power station

The Belgian section of the environmental organisation Greenpeace has been fined following a protest at Doel power station in East Flanders.

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