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GERMANY REJECTS THE DEATHLY ENERGY
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GERMANY REJECTS THE DEATHLY ENERGY

               
WE CAN FEEL NOTHING BUT JOY AFTER THE ANNOUNCEMENT THAT GERMANY HAS REJECTED THE ATOMIC ENERGY.
A TINY HOPE LEANS TO YOUR HORIZON WITH THE WISH THAT ALL THE NATIONS OF THE EARTH IMITATE THE WISE AND PEACEFUL CHOICE OF THE NATION THAT YOU CALL GERMANY.
TO THE CHANCELLOR ANGELA MERKEL AND THE ENVIRONMENT MINISTER NORBERT RÖTTGEN, WE WOULD LIKE TO SAY: BE CAREFUL! YOUR CHOICE OF UNIVERSAL LOVE WILL BE STRONGLY HINDERED BY THE WARMONGERS AND MULTINATIONAL CORPORATIONS THAT ARE REALLY POWERFUL IN GERMANY.
DO NOT LET YOURSELF BE DISSUADED.
PEACE!

FROM HEAVEN TO EARTH

San Giovanni di Polcenigo (PN)
May 30th, 2011
Giorgio Bongiovanni
Stigmatist

Germany Decides To Give Up On Its Nuclear Power Completely By 2022

NUCLEARThe previous German government – a coalition of the centre-left Social Democrats (SPD) and the Greens – formerly had decided to shut down Germany’s Nuclear power Stations by 2022. However, Last September Chancellor Angela Merkel’s coalition scrapped those plans completely. Instead they announced an extension to the life of the country’s nuclear reactors by an average of 12 years. Ministers argued that they needed to keep the nuclear energy as a ‘Bridging Technology’ to a greener future. This extension yielded highly unpopular reactions. Before the Fukushima crisis in March triggered by an earthquake and a tsunami, Germany relied on Nuclear Power for 23% of its energy. However, in the wake of the Fukushima crisis there were mass anti-nuclear protests across Germany.
The German Nuclear Industry argued that an early shut down would hugely damage the industrial base of the country. The anti-nuclear drive boosted Germany’s Green party, which took control of the Christian Democrat stronghold of Baden-Wuerttemberg, in late March, and Chancellor Angela Merkel scarped her extension plan and set up a panel to review nuclear power following the crisis at Fukushima in Japan.
Before the meeting she said: "I think we're on a good path but very, very many questions have to be considered…If you want to exit something, you also have to prove how the change will work and how we can enter into a durable and sustainable energy provision."
Following the talks Environment Minister Norbert Rottengen announced a reversal policy that will see all the country’s nuclear power plants phased out by 2022. This decision makes Germany the biggest industrial power to announce plans to give up nuclear energy.
Mr. Rottgen said the seven oldest reactors - which were taken offline for a safety review immediately after the Japanese crisis - would never be used again. An eighth plant - the Kruemmel facility in northern Germany, which was already offline and has been plagued by technical problems, would also be shut down for good. Six others would go offline by 2021 at the latest and the three newest by 2022, he said.
Mr. Rottgen said: "It's definite. The latest end for the last three nuclear power plants is 2022. There will be no clause for revision."
Mr. Rottgen said a tax on spent fuel rods, expected to raise 2.3bn Euros (£1.9bn) a year from this year, would remain despite the shutdown.
Shaun Burnie, nuclear adviser for environmental campaign group Greenpeace International, told the BBC World Service that Germany had already invested heavily in renewable energy.
"The various studies from the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change show that renewables could deliver, basically, global electricity by 2050…Germany is going to be ahead of the game on that and it is going to make a lot of money, so the message to Germany's industrial competitors is that you can base your energy policy not on nuclear, not on coal, but on renewables."

Source:http://www.carbonated.tv/blogs/germany-decides-to-give-up-on-its-nuclear-power-completely-by-2022

 


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