US News Germany remains opposed to classify the nuclear in the "green" investments of the EU
German Germany three of its last six nuclear power plants
Germany-Nucl-Aire: Germany closes three of its last six nuclear power plants © Reuters / Lukas Barth Farmer three of its last six nuclear power plants Berlin (Reuters) - Germany has arrested three of its last six nuclear power plants as part of its transition to renewable energies committed as a result of the Fukushima disaster in 2011 in Japan. Brokdorf, Grohde and Gundremmingen C reactors operated by E.ON and RWE electricity companies were stopped late Friday after three decades and half of o
EU-REGULATION / ENERGY-GERMANY (photo): Germany remains opposed to classify the nuclear in the "green" investments of the 'EU
Berlin, January 2 (Reuters) - Germany shared its opposition on the European Union (EU) project to classify as sustainable investments in nuclear energy but welcomed the proposal to qualify Some green gas projects of "green" investments.
Germany closed on Friday three of its last six nuclear power plants as part of its transition to renewable energies.
"For the German government, natural gas is a significant transition technology on the path of greenhouse gas neutrality in the context of the gradual exit of nuclear energy and electricity production from the Coal, "said a spokesman for the government.
"The government's position on nuclear energy remains unchanged. The government remains convinced that nuclear energy can not be qualified as sustainable."
The European Union has developed a project, consulted by Reuters on Saturday, aimed at classifying as "green" certain investments in natural gas and nuclear energy, under certain conditions.
Member States and a group of experts will consider the proposal proposal, which could be amended prior to its presentation in January. (Report Andreas Rinke, written by Emma Thomasson; French version Laetitia Volga)
Cybercrime: Financial fraud in millions: Komplize of the "Wolf of Sofia" sentenced in Munich .
For the first time, a member of the guideways of the criminal cybertrading industry in Germany had to answer in court. He threatens a perennial prison sentence. © dpa The verdict is six years and ten months imprisonment. In a process for international online investment fraud in front of the district court Munich I, a suspected accomplice of the so-called "Wolf of Sofia" has been sentenced to six years and ten months imprisonment due to commercial and gangic fraud.