Lights Going out in Germany

What happens when a country phases out coal generated electricity and then moves to shut down nuclear electricity generation? The answer is increased costs to consumers and lower income people […]
Published on June 6, 2012

What happens when a country phases out coal generated electricity and then moves to shut down nuclear electricity generation?

The answer is increased costs to consumers and lower income people being unable to afford to purchase electricity.

I wonder if Russia will step into this gap and start building more nuclear facilities so Germany is as reliant on them for electricity supply as they are today for natural gas?

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