The Council recommends explicitly involving citizens in the debate and decision-making on nuclear energy, in a manner that goes beyond the public participation procedures required by law. A decision on nuclear energy also requires a comprehensive assessment of the energy system as a whole based on the five key values at issue here: energy supply certainty, affordability, safety and security, sustainability and justice.
Rli chairman Jan Jaap de Graeff (r) hands over the advisory report ‘Splitting the atom, splitting opinion?’ to the Dutch Minister for Climate and Energy Policy, Rob Jetten (l). 7 September 2022 Photo: Fred Ernst
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