The French go “live better thanks to the energy transition”, promised Elisabeth Borne by detailing, Wednesday, November 16 in the National Assembly, the French strategy for carbon neutrality in 2050, without convincing the opposition.
To be “the first major industrial nation to emancipate itself from fossil fuels”, the french plan “rests on three pillars”, explained the Prime Minister. The first is “energy sobriety”, the second “carbon-free electricity production based on nuclear and renewables”, she added. The third is based on “the development of new energy vectors, such as carbon-free hydrogen”.
The head of government defended the policy of the executive, which according to her will allow “limit as much as possible the impact of the energy situation on our country this winter”. France could neverthelesshaving to carry out targeted cuts of very short duration”, she tempered.