In 2014, the European Union will get a new Parliament and a new European Commission, which will bring change to the current policies of the EU generally, but especially in the field of energy, which is currently in a market transition. Jean-Pol Poncelet, director general of Foratom, the trade association representing the European nuclear energy industry, speaks with Kimberly Peterson, associate editor at Nucleonics Week, about what he expects to see in 2014.
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