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Slovenia joins appeal to Brussels to label nuclear energy green

By: J.S., STA

Ten EU countries, Slovenia included, have asked the EU Commission to recognise nuclear power as a low-carbon energy source that should be part of the Union’s transition towards climate neutrality and help reduce the bloc’s energy dependence.

The ten countries say nuclear is a “key affordable, stable and independent energy source” that could protect EU consumers from being “exposed to the volatility of prices,” Euronews reported. PM Janez Janša said increasing production at nuclear power plants in Europe was essential to securing sufficient supply and achieving carbon-free society by 2050.

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