The European Parliament's Committee on Industry, Research and Energy (ITRE) approved on November 21 a proposal to allocate 780 million euros for the Ignalina Nuclear Power Plant's decommissioning in the EU's next multiannual financial framework, the amount sought by Lithuania.
The proposal was endorsed in a vote of 61 to two, Karolina Stelmokaite, energy advisor in the Greens/EFA group, said.
The committee also gave its backing to maintaining the current level of co-financing, where the EU provides 86 percent of the project costs and 1...
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