Deploy wind to save water, EU told

Cooling nuclear stations uses huge amounts of water

Cooling nuclear stations uses huge amounts of water

Replacing Europe’s coal, gas and nuclear power stations with wind is key in the fight to conserve precious water resources and hedge against future power shortages caused by water-dependent electricity production, a new study claims.

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