Denmark rejects EU proposal for green nuclear power

A leaked document reveals that the EU is aiming to recognize nuclear power as green technology. Denmark won't agree to it, says Danish Minister of Climate Dan Jørgensen.

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As per a leaked draft, the EU is preparing for nuclear power and, in some cases, natural gas to be labeled as green and climate-friendly.

However, such a proposal will receive no endorsement from Denmark, notes Danish Minister of Climate Dan Jørgensen of the Social Democrats to Danish daily Børsen in a written response:

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