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Watch: France Could Become More Heavily Reliant on Power Imports During Winter as of 2017

France is set to increase the operating costs for coal generators with the introduction of a new carbon price floor or a coal tax starting next year. As Ana-Maria Tolbaru explains, this could result in the near-3 GW coal fleet being completely displaced, leaving the French system tight especially at peak times during winter.