Germany Shuts Half of Six Remaining Nuclear Power Plants

By Democracy Now

HAVANA TIMES – German officials say they’ve shut down three of the nation’s six remaining nuclear plants ahead of a year-end deadline to cease the use of nuclear power. Germany’s government says it’s on track to also phase out the use of coal by 2030 and will continue to scale up renewable energy sources to meet demand for electricity.

Read more news here on Havana Times.



2 thoughts on “Germany Shuts Half of Six Remaining Nuclear Power Plants

  • Thanks, it should have read: “It’s also on track to phase out the use of coal”

  • It seems odd to me. While nuclear power is not the most green energy produced, the statement of the German government saying “it’s on track to phase out the use of coal” seems weird. As I know none of the nuclear power production uses coal.

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published.