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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... Offset residual emissions with negative emissions projects.

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Partnership act4nature France: reduce the main pressure factors | EDF Group

EDF Group already has one of the best low-carbon generation mixes in Europe and the world* . To work towards the Paris Agreement goal of limiting the increase in global average temperature to 1 5 °C, EDF Group has committed to achieve carbon neutrality by 2050 through: reducing its direct CO2 emissions to zero or close to zero; reducing its indirect emissions as much as possible within the framework of national policies in force; and offsetting residual emissions through negative emission projects.

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  3. Taking action as a responsible company
  4. Corporate social responsibility
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  6. Commited to the initiative act4nature in France

FINANCIAL INFORMATION AT 30 SEPTEMBER 2021 REVENUES AT €57.1BN, UP 15.7% ON AN ORGANIC BASIS (1) FINALISATION OF DISPOSAL PLAN WELL UNDERWAY HIGH LEVEL NON-FINANCIAL RATINGS CONFIRMED 2021 TARGETS AND 2022 OUTLOOK CONFIRMED | EDF FR

-Legislation introduced by the UK government establishing a funding scheme for new nuclear projects (Regulated Asset Base... to invest up to £ 1 7 billion to enable a large-scale nuclear project to reach a final investment decision. to be in active negotiations with EDF over the Sizewell C project... -Signature of a PPA for a 377MW solar project combined with a 600MWh battery energy storage system in California.

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