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Germany | Nuclear Power Plant Operators Can Expect Profits To Unexpectedly Be EUR 7.9 Billion Higher This Year Due To High Natural Gas Prices

Ifo | Extending the operating lives of Germany’s three nuclear power plants would reduce the German electricity price by 4 percent next year, according to calculations by the ifo Institute. The nuclear power plants would generate about 4 percent of Germany’s electricity. However, the share of natural gas in power generation would drop only from 8.3 percent to 7.6 percent. “This is because nuclear power isn’t a 1:1 replacement for…

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Even In Gas Crisis, Germany Refuses Nuclear Power

Nick Ottens (Atlantic Sentinel) | Germans are urged to ration gas. “We are in the midst of a gas crisis,” according to economy and climate minister Robert Habeck. “From now on, gas is a scarce asset.” Russia has reduced supplies to what is its largest customer in the EU in anger over the bloc’s support for Ukraine. All consumers, whether in industry, in public institutions or private households, should reduce…

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Will the 21st century be built on nuclear power?

By Keath Parker, chief executive of the Nuclear Industry Association | All the increases in renewable energy remain minuscule in terms of global energy provision, which remains dominated by coal – nuclear must be part of a low carbon transition, argues industry body.