BLOOMBERG – A proposed French energy law seeks to “find a balance” between the needs of the world’s biggest atomic generator and the country’s ambition to cut nuclear dependence. While the legislation unveiled today reiterates President Francois Hollande’s goal of shrinking the share of electricity the country gets from atomic power to 50 percent in 2025 from three-quarters now, it leaves it up to Electricite de France SA to work out how to achieve it. Continue Reading