Europe: Pushing Brussels for More After Taxonomy Victory

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Pro-nuclear governments and industry figures across Europe are pushing Brussels for further support after a key victory in the European Parliament, which locked in the addition of certain nuclear and natural gas investments into the "EU taxonomy" of sustainable activities. But the victory may be largely symbolic unless senior politicians in key nuclear countries can convince the EU to more fully include nuclear in its region-wide energy planning, and attract substantial financing for expensive new nuclear projects.

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