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World 2022 will be the last year of nuclear power in Germany

08:05  30 december  2021
08:05  30 december  2021 Source:   ouest-france.fr

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Les six derniers réacteurs encore en activité seront définitivement mis à l’arrêt le 31 décembre 2022. © Lukas Barth / Reuters The last six reactors still active will be definitively stopped on December 31, 2022.

Three reactors will be stopped this Friday 31 December 2021, the last three will follow, a year later. The new German government endorses the end of the atom, despite oppositions.

discussed for decades and endorsed after the Fukushima disaster in 2011 by atomic law, the exit of nuclear nuclear is concretized in Germany : the last six reactors, a powerful net of 8.1 gigawatts, Permanently stopped on December 31, 2022.

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from Friday 31 December 2021, the Brokdorf, Gronde and Gundremmingen C reactors will be disconnected from the German electricity grid. The withdrawal of Emsland, Neckarwestheim 2 and Isar 2 is scheduled on the same day next year. In two decades, Germany will have made a cross on thirty-five nuclear units and always seeks a definitive storage place for its radioactive waste.

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Atomic energy still provided 11.8% of the electricity generation, or about 60 terawatt hours of the country's 646 TWh, in 2018. The equation to compensate for this loss looks complicated. After a record year in 2020, the renewable, less constant energies, are descended to about 42% for the year 2021. The new government coalition, led by the Social Democrats allied to ecologists and the Liberals, also wants to get rid of Coal, ideally from 2030.

The opposition will have bathed to the end

a few voices, German and European, such as the Ecotective Editorialist of the British newspaper The Guardian, George Monbiot, tried until the end to prevent the exit Nuclear nuclear, publishing an open letter in the Die Welt daily, on October 13th. Their fear? That the loss of a decarbon energy source be offset by a rising coal, the most harmful of fossil fuels: Germany may miss its climate goal of 2030, despite all its efforts ...

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early December, German Economic Institute (DIW) admitted that an increase in emissions is to be expected, but which will have to be offset by an acceleration in renewable energies. The DIW is reassuring and does not judge this issue of problematic nuclear. In the short and medium term, there are enough capabilities and supply will not be endangered. Germany is a big producer. In 2018, it exported 82.7 TWh to its nine direct neighbors (including France) and imported 31.5 TWh, a net exporting balance of 51.2 TWh.

80% renewable energy by 2030

The new Chancellor Olaf Scholz did not question the abandonment of the atom. Nuclear energy is the bad way, said in West France, in May. On this point, we clearly have a different position from that of the French government. The problem of waste is not resolved. The construction of new plants is very expensive. Its program targets the 80% renewable by 2030.

Germany is one of the five EU countries that have posted against nuclear nuclear in European taxonomy, a classification that would make it accessible to Redirected funding to climate control. The Commission must render its opinion on December 30th. Nuclear and gas should be part of it, according to most observers.

nuclear. The stop of a reactor of the three-month prolonged Chooz power plant by EDF .
© Francois LA Presti / AFP the Chooz nuclear power plant, in the north of France, in May 2017. France will not benefit This winter of electricity reactor number 2 of the Chooz plant, announces EDF Thursday, January 6, 2022. There would be a fault on the piping portions of the safety injection circuit.

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