Fifth nuke unit gets Finnish go-ahead as Germans pass 20-year shut-down rules

February 2002
Power Economics;Feb2002, Vol. 6 Issue 2, p7
Reports on the agreement in principle to construct a nuclear power plant by the government in Finland. Ratification of the decision by the parliament; Application for a construction license by the plant developers; Operations of other nuclear stations.


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