Uniper considers new nukes in Sweden

Sweden plans to source 100 percent of is electricity from renewables from 2040, placing an obstacle for the country's nuclear capacity. However,the parliamentary majority is wavering, and German Uniper mentions interest in building new atomic reactors in Sweden.

Decommissioned nuclear plant Barsebäck in Southern Sweden. Photo: PR / Uniper

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