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Philippines progresses with plan for nuclear energy

30 oktober 2019

The Philippines' Department of Energy today received the International Atomic Energy Agency's report on Phase 1 of its Integrated Nuclear Infrastructure Review mission. Energy Secretary Alfonso Cusi said the country will now prepare a plan of action for the introduction of nuclear energy.

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