Nuclear waste in Slovenia, By Matjaž Valenčič, B.Sc., independent energy expert.
The nuclear situation in Slovenia is complicated. The Krsko NPP is producing electricity on Slovenian territory, but halfowned by Croatia. Where is the nuclear waste going? In this article Matjaz Valencic writes about the delicate political situation. Not taken into account was the fact that last week a green party won the elections in Slovenia,
most likely resulting in a ban on further nuclear development.
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