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Mobilised in the fight against global warming | EDF FR

Reduce its direct CO 2 emissions by 40 % by 2030... The EDF group has made a commitment to reduce its direct CO 2 emissions significantly, with a target of 30 million tonnes in 2030 1 compared with 51 million tonnes in 2017 . This target, which represents a 40 % reduction in direct emissions compared with current levels, will leave the Group's emissions at approximately 40g / kWh . In particular, this will be achieved by closing down or adapting power stations run on coal and fuel oil, whilst speeding up the development of renewable production methods in addition to nuclear and hydraulic production.

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Fight against climate change | EDF Group

In early 2018, EDF Group made the commitment to reduce its direct CO 2 emissions* by 40 % compared with 2017, aiming to bring them down from 51 million tonnes to 30 million tonnes by 2030... Also, as regards Executives in France (EDF SA) ,a new criteria for their variable remuneration has been introduced in 2020 which is linked to carbon intensity and more precisely specific CO2 direct emissions from electricity and heat generation (gCO2 / kWh) (2) . It is based on group CO2 reduction net zero 2030 trajectory.

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EDF commits to achieving carbon neutrality before 2050, by pursuing or implementing three types of action: reach net zero, or almost zero, direct CO 2 emissions, reduce our indirect CO 2 emissions and offset residual emissions with negative emission projects. Reach net zero or almost zero direct CO 2 emissions by 2050.

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