Romania’s first nuclear reactor, commissioned in April, is expected to reach capacity by August and help alleviate the country’s chronic energy shortages. Some Romanians, however, are worried about the Cernavoda reactor’s safety, despite many assurances that the Western equipment used there is absolutely secure by DAN IONESCU THE FIRST REACTOR AT Romania’s only nuclear power […]

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