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2019-09-03 13:00:00

NUCLEAR POWER BENEFITS

NUCLEAR POWER BENEFITS

WNN - 02 September 2019 - Viewpoint: The climate and economic benefits of nuclear power

The European Union puts it bluntly: We must reduce the level of CO2 emissions and we need to start doing it right now. While some EU Member States are more advanced in achieving their climate and energy goals, others are lagging behind, writes Yves Desbazeille, director general of Foratom.

Their tardiness is often not the result of ill will, but rather caused by the broad…

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2019, September, 23, 14:00:00
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