Germany decided to phase out nuclear energy by 2022

Posted: 30 Mai 2011 in din massmedia internationala

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Shock wave generated by the nuclear accident in Fukushima, also included industrialized countries in Europe.
German Chancellor Angela Merkel has decided to close the 17 nuclear reactors by 2022, becoming the first industrial power that gave up atomic energy, says LeFigaro.
Following the massive anti-nuclear protests, initiated by Greenpeace on Friday in Berlin, and the other 20 major cities have been trained over 160,000 participants, the ruling coalition in Berlin has decided that on June 6 to submit the bill cancellation in the next 10 years nuclear power plants.
The German Government is expected to cost about 16 billion euros by 2015 the figure being circulated total of 40 billion CDU according to documents cited by the Süddeutsche Zeitung.
17 German reactors will be decommissioned by the end of 2021, and the last three, most recently, will run until the end of 2022 at the latest, said the minister, Norbert Roettgen, which he described the decision as „irreversible” , write  Bild.de.

 Germany will have to find, by the end of 2022, a way to cover the 22% of its electricity now supplied by nuclear plants.
France and it will reduce by 5% in average electricity production resulted from the use atomic power.
Directorate General for Energy and Climate (DGEC) asked its experts, to calculate the impact on electricity bills by 5% reduction in the production of electricity, expecting a detailed report for September.

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