In Germany terminates work half of the six operating nuclear power plants. According to the authorities’ plan, the remaining three nuclear power plants will be closed in a year, and the country will switch to other energy sources.
The decision to phase out nuclear energy was made back in 2002 by Chancellor Gerhard Schroeder. In 2011, German Chancellor Angela Merkel decided that in 2022 the country should complete the closure of all nuclear power plants.
The current government of the Federal Republic of Germany, headed by Olaf Scholz, has upheld these plans. By 2030, the German authorities expect the country to be able to stop using coal.
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