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Belgium to Extend Life of Nuclear Reactors By Another Decade

  • Government will spend 1.1 billion euros on renewable energy
  • Belgium wants to become a hub for hydrogen import and transit
Tihange nuclear plant, Belgium. 

Tihange nuclear plant, Belgium. 

Photographer: Ye Pingfan/Xinhua News Agency/Getty Images

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Belgium’s government will work to extend the life of two nuclear reactors beyond their original shutdown date of 2025 to secure supply amid record high energy prices.