06.09.2017_No177 / News in Brief

Q&A: The Future Of Nuclear Energy In Spain

Policies & Politics

6 Sep (NucNet): Nuclear is the primary source of energy production in Spain, but with the recent decision to shut down the Garoña nuclear station, its future has begun to look uncertain. 

Ignacio Araluce, president of Spanish industry group Foro Nuclear

In this interview with NucNet, Ignacio Araluce, president of the Madrid-based Foro Nuclear industry group, discusses Spain’s plans for a new energy policy, nuclear plant shutdowns and the need to lighten the tax load on nuclear operators.

Mr Araluce also outlines how Spain’s nuclear industry, faced with a diminishing domestic market, is successfully diversifying overseas.

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