McGuinness said nuclear power and gas were necessary as transitional technologies – “and as such they will be clearly labelled” – on the way to a “cleaner, better future”.
The EU is not as blind as many thought. They have come to the understanding the nuclear power, and gas, are needed to eventually, hopefully, maybe transition to a “greener” future. So, they’ve decided not to take any actions against nuclear power, and gas, being labeled as “green” in the EU Taxonomy.
Despite objections from the wokest countries in Europe, the Financial Markets Commissioner Mairead McGuinness said on Wednesday, that Europe will keep nuclear power, and gas, as a key player in the push for a future with less CO2 emissions.