Nuclear Free

Countries without nuclear power plants

Use of nuclear energy

With the nuclear disaster in Japan, triggered by the 8.9 magnitude earthquake and the tsunami on March 11, 2011, the question of the safety of nuclear power plants has arisen everywhere. Hardly anyone would have guessed that, after the accident in Chernobyl in 1986, it would hit the highly technical and safe Japan. The following figures are based on a survey from the year 2019 .

Which nuclear power plant or country will be affected by an accident next?

The nuclear phase-out will be particularly difficult in the following countries, as the proportion of the country’s total electricity generation is 20% and more :

  • France (71%)
  • Slovakia (54%)
  • Ukraine (54%)
  • Hungary (49%)
  • Belgium (48%)
  • Bulgaria (38%)
  • Slovenia (37%)
  • Czech Republic (35%)
  • Finland (35%)
  • Sweden (34%)
  • Armenia (28%)
  • South Korea (26%)
  • Switzerland (24%)
  • Spain (21%)
  • USA (20%)
  • Russia (20%)
It is better if you emigrate from the outset to a country that has turned its back on electricity generation from nuclear energy!

In the following, all those countries recommended for emigrants are listed that either                   ( A ) have never had a functioning nuclear power plant or ( B ) whose reactors were shut down some time ago.

Emigrate to a country without nuclear power

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