Posts with the tag "Germany"

Steinbach (Taunus) – 15/11/2022 – German citizens founded “Stimmen der Kernenergie”, a pro-nuclear organisation promoting nuclear as a low carbon energy fundamental to tackle climate change. This creation happens at a crucial point, as Germany is about to close its last 3 nuclear power plants. A mobilisation will take place on November 19th in front…

As surprising as it may seem, this congress which brings together many players in the nuclear industry (sector professionals, academics, young researchers and graduates, civil servants in the field of regulation, monitoring and waste management) takes makes sense so that elsewhere in Europe (and who knows maybe one day again in Germany) and around the…

Germany is weighing whether to extend the life-span of its remaining nuclear power plants as a way to secure the country’s energy supply in the face of uncertainty over Russian gas supplies, the country’s economy minister Robert Habeck said. Two days earlier, Foreign Minister Annalena Baerbock said on German television: “We buy 50% of our coal…

On December 31, Germany definitively shut down three fully operational nuclear reactors, representing 4 GW of low-carbon, cheap and controllable electricity production capacity, in the midst of a climate and energy crisis. If its leaders considered that the electricity grid of the country and its neighbors could afford the closure of three additional controllable plants,…

Shut down a low-carbon source of electricity, how dare you! In the evening of December 28th, Voices of Nuclear stood in front of the German 🇩🇪 embassy in Paris to protest against the imminent political closure of Gundremmingen, Brokdorf and Grohnde nuclear power plants in the midst of both a climate emergency and a European energy crisis. 4 GW of low-carbon, cheap and controllable electricity production…