EU Plan Declares Nuclear Power and Natural Gas ‘Green Energy’

EU Plan Declares Nuclear Power and Natural Gas ‘Green Energy’


ROME, Italy — The European Commission has issued a draft recommendation including nuclear energy and natural gas on a list of investments that qualify as “green” energy.

The proposal allows investments in nuclear power plants to be classified as green until 2045 while natural gas investments can be considered green until at least 2030 if their carbon emissions are under a determined limit.

“Could this winter’s energy crisis be shocking Europe into climate realism?” the editors of the Wall Street Journal (WSJ) asked in astonishment Monday in reaction to the proposal.

“Someone please pass the smelling salts to the Sierra Club,” they added.

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The draft recommendation still needs approval from EU governments and the European Parliament, and highlights fault lines dividing differing energy

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