Europe: Denmark, Norway, Italy Reconsider Nuclear

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The past 18 months have seen multiple European countries revisit nuclear phaseouts or embrace ambitious nuclear newbuild goals, but in recent months even some of the region's traditionally anti-nuclear countries are giving the energy source a fresh look. Denmark, Norway and Italy are all now considering domestic nuclear power, whether through public consultation, parliamentary motions or exploratory agreements.

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