Grossiand others insist that the nuclear plants themselves are not the problem. “It’s very simple, the problem in Ukraine and in Russia is they are at war. The problem is not nuclear energy,” he told the BBC in an interview.
Except that it IS the nuclear plants that are the problem. After all, if Ukraine was powered by renewables and not nuclear plants, this wouldn’t even be an issue.
Bombardments in Ukraine keep reactors in thecrosshairs
Ukraine’s reactors remain at risk as one-year anniversary of war looms
Clear and present danger, Beyond Nuclear, By Linda Pentz Gunter 29 Jan 23
A year ago, even before Russia invaded Ukraine, we ran ourfirst articleabout the very real dangers of commercial nuclear power plants being caught up in a war.
A year later, we can thank only luck that what we predicted could happen, hasn’t. And the pinnacle —…
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