Ukrainian Energy Association urges state to bolster nuclear industry

The Ukrainian Energy Association says it is writing to the government urging enhanced support for the country’s nuclear industry. UEA initiated a roundtable to discuss the challenges facing the industry, which took place in Kiev on 22 October. Participants in the meeting included the head of Energoatom, Pyotr Kotin, and the chairman of the nuclear regulator, Grigory Plachkov.

Ukrainian Energy Association urges state to bolster nuclear industry

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