Sweden reverses decision to phase out nuclear power

February 5th, 2009 by Pia Ohlin in Technology / Energy & Green Tech
Swedish Prime Minister Fredrik Reinfeldt (L) and fellow coalition members Maud Olofsson (C) and Jan Bjorklund (R) laugh at a press conference in Stockholm. Sweden's government reversed a decision to phase out the country's 10 nuclear reactors, saying they could be replaced at the end of their life spans as part of an ambitious new climate programme.


Swedish Prime Minister Fredrik Reinfeldt (L) and fellow coalition members Maud Olofsson (C) and Jan Bjorklund (R) laugh at a press conference in Stockholm. Sweden's government reversed a decision to phase out the country's 10 nuclear reactors, saying they could be replaced at the end of their life spans as part of an ambitious new climate programme.

Sweden's government on Thursday reversed a decision to phase out the country's 10 nuclear reactors, saying they could be replaced at the end of their life spans as part of an ambitious new climate programme.



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