- Good news.
- Then we can get rid of coal in the long term.
How to write Tomas P in a comment on polennu.dk's Facebook profile about the Polish plans to drop coal and use CO2-free nuclear energy. The country is today more than 70 percent of its energy from in the strange Russian coal, but in collaboration with major kernekraftlande as France and the UNITED states, the country will now build six new reactors.
last week, the Polish environment minister, according to the polennu,dk Michał Kurtyka a video conference with William Magwood, director-general of the OECD Nuclear Energy Agency (NEA), and yesterday informed the white house that Donald Trump and the president of Poland Duda had reached an agreement:
Donald Trump and the president of poland Andrzej Duda met yesterday. Photo: Saul Loeb/Ritzau Scanpix
- Poland strive like The United States for the peaceful use of nuclear energy.
- The United States and Poland are therefore in the process of concluding a bilateral civil nuclear agreement, which makes it possible for Poland to go ahead with construction of large nuclear power plants with american technology, said in a statement from the white house yesterday, but on the polennu.dks Facebook-profile opinions are divided:
- Super wise decision.
Nuclear power is definitely the cleanest form of energy.
- However, there must be a clever solution to the waste problem, writes Alex J thus, while Wanda S completely and totally disagree with:
- A really bad decision, when there are other alternative options, such as solar and wind energy, writes Wanda.
In England, considering the government to support a large nuclear energy project with Rolls Royce in the lead, and in France, the state utility company has been asked to renovate part of the old reactors. In Denmark, Dan Jørgensen announced that nuclear power is not the case:
the nation - 3. jan. 2020 - pm. 14:58 Contemptuous Dan Jørgensen: the Answer is no
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