Nukes top European agenda

May 2005
Power Economics;5/18/2005, Vol. 9 Issue 10, p3
Reports that Germany will close all its nuclear power plants by 2020 while Great Britain wants to keep its nuclear energy option open while pursuing renewable energy sources. Germany has become the first economic power to announce it will phase out the use of nuclear energy; A decision on whether to build a new generation of nuclear power stations could be made by Britain in 2005-2006.


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