Is Greece right to say no to new coal and nuclear power plants?

Is Greece right to say no to new coal and nuclear power plants?
This week the Greek government said it would not back nuclear or coal plants and would streamline funding for renewables. Is this a good idea?
Yes
Nice idea, but not realistic
Bad idea

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