Finland opens nuclear power plant amid concerns of European energy war

First European nuclear facility to open in 15 years will reduce need for imports from Russia

Europe’s first nuclear power plant to open in 15 years began production in Finland on Saturday, at a crucial moment for energy supply following Russia’s invasion of Ukraine.

The much-delayed Olkiluoto 3 nuclear reactor started test production, delivering power to the national grid, which over time is expected to reduce the need for electricity imports and lead to lower prices.

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