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EU Sustainable Energy Week: Lawmakers clash over gas, nuclear

A worker checks a gas processing plant in Vadu, Romania, June 2022. Romania has significant natural gas reserves. Photo: Andrei Pungovschi/AFP via Getty Images

Speakers at the European Commission’s clean energy forum agreed on the need for a rapid transition to renewables, but disagreed over the role of gas and nuclear power.

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