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Charley Rattan, Training, advising and informing the global energy transition. Charley heads Charley Rattan Associates, a team of seasoned trainers and advisors driving forwards the energy...

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  • Jan 3, 2022

Brussels faces backlash and charges of greenwashing after publishing draft proposals on New Years Eve

'Under the draft, gas could only be classed as a “sustainable investment” if “the same energy capacity cannot be generated with renewable sources” and plans are in place to switch to renewables or “low carbon gases” by a specific date. Nuclear power could only be included if a project demonstrated it had a plan to deal with radioactive waste.'

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Bob Meinetz on Jan 3, 2022

Great news, Charley. You made my day.

Nuclear power could only be included if a project demonstrated it had a plan to deal with radioactive waste."

Every nuclear plant ever built has had a plan to "deal with the radioactive waste", WevrTF that means. What none has is a plan to deal with anti-nuclear crybabies - they're most dangerous of all!

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