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Nuclear Less Popular than Renewables

Published måndag 16 mars 2009 kl 11.56
Forsmark nuclear pwoer station

Most Swedes want money spent on renewable energy and energy saving, rather than on nuclear power. A survey by the Swedish Society for Nature Conservation asked people what energy sources they thought it was most important to invest in. Almost two thirds chose wind, sun and bio-energy. Only 15% thought the priority should be to replace old nuclear power stations with new, and this amount was beaten by the 18% who prioritised energy efficiency.

In a press release the head of the Swedish Society for Nature Conservation says ’we don’t need nuclear power - it’s expensive and it takes too long to build.

This will be seen as a challenge to the Swedish government, which has already seen a majority in favour of rebuilding Sweden’s nuclear generators.

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