The Tegengas group (Dégaze in French) is approaching the Council of State in an attempt to stop a planned gas-fired power plant in the village of Lièges in Les Oirs (Flemal). The working group announced this during a meeting with about thirty local residents.
New gas-fired power plants are needed to deal with the shutdown of all nuclear power plants and potential supply shortages. Two ENGIE/Electrabel projects have emerged as winners in the auction for CRM support – or capacity compensation mechanism: gas-fired power plants planned in Les Auer (Liege) and Vilford.
Counter gas is against the construction of gas-fired power plants. On January 5, the group will petition the Council of State against the power plant that Engy Electrabel will be building in Les Auer. Flemish Environment Minister Zuhal Demir (N-VA) refused to grant a permit for the power plant in Vilvoorde.
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