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Environmentalists for Nuclear Energy (EFN) — in French: "Association des Écologistes Pour le Nucléaire – AEPN, founded in 1996" — is a pro-nuclear power non-profit organization that aims to provide information to the public on energy and the environment. It also promotes the benefits of nuclear energy for a cleaner world, and aims at uniting people in favor of clean nuclear energy. EFN is funded by the memberships and donations of its members.
The website of the organization states that environmental opposition to nuclear energy is the "greatest misunderstanding and mistake of the century".
EFN had over 10,000 members and supporters in 2013, with local correspondents and a network of affiliated organizations and in more than 60 countries, to inform the public on energy and the environment.
The headquarters are in a positive energy ecohouse, powered with solar energy (thermal and PV), wind energy, geothermal air-conditioning, a high efficiency heat-pump, double-flux ventilation, and just a small amount of low-carbon-emitting French nuclear energy. Conceptually designed by members of the organization, this house has an almost-nil carbon-footprint (500 times less than a standard gas-heated construction of the same size).
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