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". We have chosen to vote against the report as we do not consider it to be balanced and, among other things, it fails to address important problems in relation to nuclear energy. Nor do we believe that the Union’s energy research funds should be used to develop new generations of reactors for nuclear fission. We question the value to the environment of synthetic fuels produced from fossil sources, or hydrogen gas extracted with energy from the same origin, or nuclear energy, as none of these energy sources is sustainable in the long term from an environmental or supply point of view. We also believe that fossil fuels must be actively phased out in the long term, which is not mentioned in the report. We think that CO capture can be an important part of reducing CO emissions, but other energy-saving, efficiency-boosting measures and the development of renewable energy are more sustainable in the long term and should be the final goal."@en1

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