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Energy

General Electric and Alstom (continuation)

The announcement, the day after European elections of one thousand redundancies at Belfort site has generated indignation and acerb critics to the government. When the acquisition by General Electric of Alstom power businesses was approved by the State in 2015, it had been decided, on the opposite, jobs creations of about one thousand. Unable to fulfill this commitment, the American group was asked for a 50 million euro penalty by the State. But these announced jobs reductions are not concerning the activities acquired four years ago. They result from the major strategic mistakes made 25 years ago by Alsthom, whose ...

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The European elections and the climate

Environmental issues and the global warming are at the top of the proposals inscribed in the Renaissance list of proposals for the European elections, a list which has the support of “La République en Marche”, the president of the Republic political party. This preoccupation is legitimated but has it really the full significance it is attributed to it in this debate? The first question to which it is necessary to answer it about the future alliances to be constituted between the elected people groups which will have seats at the European Parliament. The two main groups which would emerge ...

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Energy transition : the myth and the realities

Energy is at the center of the economic activities of a country. An excessive cost harms production and a shortage causes the stoppage of equipments along with the unemployment of the affected employees. It has an essential role in inhabitant daily life through its cost which weights on purchasing power and through its availability which protects against cold weather and allows public services which have a vital character to function. It is why energy independence and supply safety constitute in most of the countries an objective and have lead France, which has no fossil fuels resources, to launch a massive ...

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