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Article 1 of #EuratomTreaty called for prompt setting up and development of #nuclear industries #EU60 #Euratom https://t.co/DNsUwDkSXq
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#DidYouKnow: there are currently 129 #nuclear power reactors operating in 14 of the 28 #EU #MemberStates #EU60… https://t.co/ZsoL7a2qmr
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FORATOM celebrates the 60th Anniversary of the two Treaties of Rome #EuratomTreaty #Euratom #EU60 #nuclear… https://t.co/Dog63vzKMr
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#DidYouKnow: today #nuclear accounts for 27% of electricity production and nearly 50% of low-carbon electricity in… https://t.co/fUxCZnUzHR
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RT @WECnuclear_EU: #DYK? The nuclear industry has supported jobs and investments in Europe since #TreatyofRome #Euratom #EU60 via @FORATOM_…
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RT @FortumNuclear: It's evident that #nuclear is needed to limit #GlobalWarming in 2 C https://t.co/gxyyEekIWn New reactors are needed to r…
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RT @lemondelenergie: #Bure: nouveau revers pour les antinucléaires qui accusent l’@Andra_France de mensonge. #énergie #nucléaire #déchets h…
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#Nuclear was seen as key component for promoting growth, prosperity and security of supply in #Europe #Euratom… https://t.co/vjhSJlMiF8
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This Saturday we're celebrating the 60th Anniversary of the #TreatiesofRome #Euratom #EEC #eu60 #nuclear… https://t.co/j2EJ7NKPwp
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We've just kicked off our EU #EnergyAffairs Course - a two-day course on how #EUinstitutions work and develop their… https://t.co/DHaSpxRptS
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RT @EDFofficiel: #ETS & #Renewables: a win-win strategy? Reconciling renewables and affordable decarbonization #CO2 @PubAffairsBXL https://…
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RT @EDFofficiel: [Communiqué de presse] L’EPR de Flamanville démarre la phase d’essais d’ensemble préalables à son démarrage, en 2018 https…
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RT @WECnuclear_EU: “The government’s plan to reduce CO2 emissions by 80% by 2050 is increasingly out of reach.” @EURACTIV https://t.co/aRuN
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RT @WECnuclear_EU: Will the #EnergyUnion ensure non-discriminatory access to the grid for all #lowcarbon energy sources inc. nuclear? #ActO…
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RT @WECNuclear: We're proud to be the nuclear industry's trusted partner for outage services - helping to ensure operating plants are built…
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RT @ValerieFaudon: In Borssele (Holland) the coal plant was shut down and the #nuclear plant authorized to operate for 60 years. Great for…
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Yukiya Amano

Yukiya Amano

“Use of nuclear power looks set to continue to grow in the coming decades. Many countries are looking at nuclear as a possible source of energy to address development, energy security and to help mitigate climate change”

Yukiya Amano, Director General, IAEA (source: iaea.org, 14 February 2017)

Tom Greatrex

“The UK nuclear industry has been very clear about the importance of the provisions of the Euratom treaty, and that transitional arrangements may be required to enable bilateral agreements to be concluded when the UK ceases to be a member of Euratom, and other provisions replicated domestically. We will continue to ensure government is fully informed on these issues, and press for the appropriate arrangements to be in place in a timely manner”

Tom Greatrex, Chief Executive, Nuclear Industry Association (source: The Financial Times, 30 January 2017)

Professor Michael M. May

“Nuclear, hydro and renewables are all needed to meet climate change goals, and the 10 largest emitters of greenhouse gasses all plan to use nuclear power in some way to deal with the climate crisis”

Professor Michael M. May, Stanford University School of Engineering (source: The Bulletin of the Atomic Scientists, 2 January 2017)

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