The EU “in the future” should “get out” of nuclear energy but, in light of the war in Ukraine and the “energy scarcity” it has caused, it is a “common sense” choice to manage the exit from the atom with ” pragmatism “, in countries that have nuclear power plants in operation, extending their operation for some time, as Belgium has done. To tell the Adnkronos is Philippe Lamberts, co-president of the group of the Greens / Ale in the European Parliament. Germany has decided to keep two of the three nuclear power plants still open until April 2023 as backup, instead of closing them as originally planned, while Belgium has decided to extend the life of some reactors still in operation, to cope with the gas shortage ahead of next winter.
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