EnergyCents- Ep 83: Stopgap? European energy crisis drives renewed interest in nuclear power
Policy makers are returning their attention to nuclear power as a potentially low-emission, reliable generator of electricity. Most recently, the European Parliament voted in early July to apply its green label to nuclear power under the EU's sustainable finance taxonomy. S&P Global Commodity Insights experts in European power Coralie Laurencin and Sylvain Cognet-Dauphin join EnergyCents this week to discuss the role of nuclear power in meeting Europe’s immediate electricity needs, and whether short-term needs will impact an otherwise declining long-term trajectory.
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