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Irrational Nuclear Fear Puts Sweden In Danger Of Succumbing To Stupidity

Por: Forbes Business February 28, 2021

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No one has ever died because of Swedish nuclear power. Until recently, nuclear power provided about 40% of that country’s electricity, similar to hydro. Fossil fuels only generated about 1% of Sweden’s electricity. But that’s about to change for the worse. Sweden’s Barsebäck 2 nuclear plant was closed in May 2005 after only 28 years operation, against ... [+] previous agreements with the government. It was supposed to be replaced with... + full article



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