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Manifestation contre le câble du futur parc éolien  

Credit:  Bretagne - 28 Août - ouest-france.fr ~~

Hier matin, une centaine de personnes, opposées à l’arrivée du câble électrique qui doit raccorder le futur parc éolien de la baie de Saint-Brieuc au réseau terrestre, ont perturbé la dernière permanence du Réseau de transport d’électricité (RTE) à la mairie d’Erquy. Des câbles de 225 000 volts devraient passer par la plage de Caroual, à Erquy. Un collectif s’oppose à ce projet et multiplie les actions de protestation. À ce jour, sa pétition a recueilli plus de 4 300 signatures.

[Demonstration against powerline for future wind energy facility] – Yesterday morning, about 100 people, opposed to the transmission line to connect the future wind energy facility in the bay of Saint-Brieuc to the onshore grid, disrupted the last meeting of the Electricity Transport Network (RTE) at the town hall of Erquy. 225,000-volt cables would have to pass through the Caroual beach in Erquy. A collective opposes the project and is increasing protest actions. To date, their petition has received more than 4,300 signatures.

Source:  Bretagne - 28 Août - ouest-france.fr

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