Belgium: Government U-Turn on Phaseout

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The Belgian government's Mar. 18 decision to extend the lifetime of its two youngest power reactors by a decade is one of the clearest indications of the impact the European energy crisis has had following Russia's invasion of Ukraine. An extended phaseout isn't yet a sure thing, however, and could see the reactors shut down before being allowed to run for another 10 years.

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