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Sweden Better Not Close Its Nuclear Power Plants -- It Gets Really Cold There

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No one has ever died because of Swedish nuclear power. Nuclear power provides 40% of that country’s electricity, same as hydropower. Nuclear has avoided over 2 billion tons of CO2 emissions since 1980, same as hydro. Replacing nuclear with fossil fuel would kill an additional 50,000 people or so over the next 20 years and would triple carbon emissions.

Since 2011, Sweden has been a net exporter of low-carbon electricity to other parts of Europe. Sweden is farther along in its commercial nuclear waste disposal program than most countries (SKB TR-10-52), and is building two deep geologic nuclear waste repositories at Forsmark. One will be for short-lived radioactive waste from reactor operations, nuclear medicine, industry and research.

Oskarshamn nuclear plant. Photo: OKG/E.ON



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