Belgium To Shut All Nuclear Plants
By Paul Homewood
BELGIUM’s decision to shut down several of its nuclear power plants has been branded “delusional” and pinned on the EU’s plot to annihilate member states’ independence.
Belgium will shut seven nuclear power plants between 2022 and 2025. The decision was confirmed at the end of 2020 by Alexander De Croo’s coalition government. But the plan would see the country reliant on its neighbours for the supply of electricity – something that was blamed on the increasing integration of the European Union.
Belgium has 5.7 GW of nuclear power, which supplies nearly half of its electricity.
As reliable generation declines in Europe, it seems as if every country is planning to import power from everybody else!