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If Europe doesn't have her own supply of Uranium, does nuclear power count as an alternative?
by asdf on Tue Feb 28th, 2006 at 09:49:58 PM EST
Good argument, but there is a counter-argument :) First, a single powerplant requires a relatively small amount of uranium to run for a whole year (very fuel efficient) and some of the member states posses uranium deposits. Secondly, Russia's price for uranium export is good enough to justify the building of more nuclear power plants (it all depends on the uranium price/output power ratio, which is very good).

Be careful! Is it classified?
by darin (dkaloyanov[at]gmail.com) on Wed Mar 1st, 2006 at 02:26:29 AM EST
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