Enel's power plant is seen in Montalto di Castro in central Italy

Enel's power plant, built on a site of a projected nuclear plant which has not been completed, is seen in Montalto di Castro in central Italy March 18, 2011. In 1987, nuclear energy was rejected by a public vote in Italy after the Chernobyl disaster in Ukraine, and green groups and several opposition politicians are calling on the public to do the same again which would likely derail the planned revival. Italy, which is prone to earthquakes, is the only Group of Eight industrialised nation that does not produce nuclear power, but Prime Minister Silvio Berlusconi wants atomic plants to generate a quarter of the country's electricity in the future. The Japanese accident has reignited concerns about nuclear safety in Italy, where there is traditionally strong anti-atomic sentiment, ahead of a national vote on the construction of new nuclear plants, due to be held by mid-June. REUTERS/Giampiero Sposito ( ITALY - Tags: ENERGY BUSINESS ENVIRONMENT)