Russia has a strong influence over Europe’s nuclear power industry. The country’s state-owned nuclear company, Rosatom, has been successful in securing deals to build nuclear power plants throughout the European continent. This has allowed Russia to solidify its position as a major supplier of nuclear technology and fuel to Europe, giving them significant control over the region’s energy security. In recent times, however, there has been growing concern about Russia’s influence and potential risks associated with dependence on a single country for energy supplies. European countries are now taking steps to reduce their reliance on Russian nuclear power, with some firms turning to alternative suppliers. Despite these efforts, it may still take some time before Russia’s grip on Europe’s nuclear energy sector is loosened.