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Three EU countries push forward with nuclear phaseout

Some European governments have been sceptical, or outright hostile, towards nuclear energy for decades. Now the countries which are doing away with their fission power plants are reckoning with the tricky issue of decommissioning, write Liz Newmark, in Brussels; Jens Kastner, in Hamburg; and Brenda Dionisi in Milan.

Article details

EW May 21 pp18-20 OA.pdf

Journal title: Energy World

Region: Europe

Subjects: Decommissioning, Nuclear,

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