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After winning France’s
presidency, the easy part is over for Emmanuel Macron. Now he must shift from faux outsider to the country’s first real
reformer in decades. To succeed, he will need to take on a political
establishment only too eager to jump on his bandwagon.
Dr. Emmanuel Martin
France has announced an energy policy aimed at halving its total consumption by 2050. It includes creating more renewable energy, insulating homes and increasing the use of electric cars. But critics say the bill, due for discussion by Parliament, has many hidden costs. They claim that relying so much on renewables is probably risky and could weaken France as an im...