Nuclear Power Plant Attack ‘Grossly Irresponsible’: Radiant MD

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Bloomberg Technology published this video item, entitled “Nuclear Power Plant Attack ‘Grossly Irresponsible’: Radiant MD” – below is their description.

Radiant Energy Managing Director Mark Nelson joins Emily Chang to break down what happened at the Zaporizhzhia power plant in Ukraine, what the risks actually are if the plant goes off line, and what the capture of nuclear power plants during war time means in the context of Putin’s strategy.

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