Germany’s Nuclear Phase-Out Causes no Supply Security Concerns, but Indicates Need for Region-Wide Cooperation

Germany’s Nuclear Phase-Out Causes no Supply Security Concerns, but Indicates Need for Region-Wide Cooperation / Christian von Hirschhausen, EU energy policy blog, 7/06/2011

Reacting to the Fukushima nuclear disaster the German government has decided to phase out nuclear power in Germany. The seven oldest of the 17 reactors that were temporarily shutdown in a 3-months “moratorium” will not be restarted again but closed down for good. The remaining 10 reactors will be run down within the next decade according to a predefined timetable that leaves no place for reopening the debate. It is one of the peculiarities of history that the center-right government of Chancellor Mrs. Merkel is thus implementing a decision taken under the social democratic-green coalition a decade ago that it had try to reverse only six months ago…


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Danièle Revel (8 juin 2011). Germany’s Nuclear Phase-Out Causes no Supply Security Concerns, but Indicates Need for Region-Wide Cooperation. Veille énergie climat. Consulté le 21 juillet 2024 à l’adresse https://doi.org/10.58079/o8yo


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