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Since Russia invaded Ukraine, there has been lots of criticism of European countries' energy policies, particularly Germany. The main arguments put forward are that EU countries were too reliant on Russian energy, built inefficient renewables infrastructure and shut down nuclear plants. In this episode of Trust Issues we talk to Russell Clark, who has a different take, arguing that EU energy policies were positive and are likely to continue in the same vein moving forward.
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