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Dark clouds hang over Swedish nuclear town torpedoed by renewable energy

Oskarshamn politicians are worried about the future, given the town's remote location
Thursday, June 8, 2017 - 05:50


IN an eerily quiet nuclear reactor hall in southern Sweden, new copper and steel machinery stretching 50 metres and weighing hundreds of tonnes is just sitting idle.

Bought from France and Germany as part of a US$450 million upgrade at the now defunct Oskarshamn-2

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