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Nuclear power plants: the German parliament decided to continue work

Nuclear power plants: the German parliament decided to continue work

According to the bill, the three reactors in question could generate a total of about 5.4 TWh of electricity in 2023. This roughly corresponds to Berlin’s electricity consumption in half a year. Both Nekaruestim and Emsland have to stop for about two weeks at the beginning of 2023 for new reactor core formation. It is likely that the fuel elements of Isar 2 will be used at the beginning of March, and other nuclear power plants can operate until April 15.

opposing it

In a roll-call vote, 375 MPs voted in favor of the Atomic Energy Amendment, 216 voted against, and 70 abstained, announced Vice-President of the Bundestag Wolfgang Kubicki (FDP). 661 votes were cast.

“On this day I will hug my children and my wife and roast them with a glass of sparkling wine,” said SPD deputy Carsten Trager. The decision on the so-called temporary dilation process is responsible. It stays with nuclear phase-out. “Then you from the Union Faction can stand on your head, wiggle your feet, and then it’s over, once and for all.” His fellow parliament member, Nina Scheer, has warned that renewable energies will vanish if nuclear power plants continue to operate for a longer period of time.

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