Armenia’s ongoing energy crisis has pushed the government to reopen a nuclear power plant that had been closed years earlier because of safety concerns. For a country without its own supplies of oil or natural gas, nuclear power appears to be the energy future by ARA TATEVOSYAN A SEVERE ENERGY SHORTAGE IN ARMENIA that allowed […]

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