The Ukraine war could lead to breakthroughs in nuclear power and natural gas, with Washington's helpWorkers in a training simulator at the nuclear power complex in Cernavoda, Romania. The Cernavoda Nuclear Power Plant in Cernavoda. Russia's invasion of Ukraine, which shares a nearly 640-kilometre border with Romania, has strengthened Romania's push for energy independence. Mr Ghita said nuclear power could help Romania achieve a variety of goals, from reducing carbon emissions to "countering Russian aggression in the region" on energy matters. "We will supply energy security for the neighbourhood," Virgil-Daniel Popescu, Romania's energy minister, said in an interview after lawmakers passed legislation designed to encourage investment in gas production.
Source: Bangkok Post June 26, 2022 09:19 UTC