Russian gas cutoff energizes nuclear comeback
By Anna Momigliano
The Christian Science Monitor
MILAN, Italy — Europe's natural gas crisis is causing a nuclear fallout of sorts.
With the squabble between Russia and Ukraine leaving much of the continent with uncertain gas supplies, some governments seem to be getting over their "Chernobyl complexes" and are returning to nuclear energy, hoping it will provide a form of reliable, domestically produced energy.
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