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Parliamentary questions
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16 May 2017
E-003361-17
Question for written answer E-003361-17
to the Commission
Rule 130
András Gyürk (PPE)

 Subject:  Future of nuclear energy
 Answer in writing 

Nuclear energy has been supplying reliable and clean electricity to Europe for years. However, for various reasons, certain interest groups would like to end the use of nuclear energy in electricity generation. Does the Commission stand by the principle of technological neutrality or would it like to prohibit nuclear energy generation through legislation in the foreseeable future?

Original language of question: HU 
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