NUCLEAR forum: Germany to Phase Out Nuke Power by 2022

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May 30, 2011 2:18 PM CST
Name: Susie
Phoenix AZ

Germany will phase out nuclear power by 2021.

“The German government has agreed on a roadmap for phasing out nuclear power. All of the country's 17 nuclear plants are to go offline by 2021, with a possible one-year extension for three reactors should there be the risk of an electricity shortfall.”,1518,765594,00...

Interactive map showing status of nuclear reactors in Germany. If you click on each icon you can see the level of incidents for that particular reactor.

P.S.- I know nothing about nuclear reactors or the technology. However, I have an entirely uninformed observation. By the looks of all of that steam churning out of each reactor seems to me that if they are ALL discontinued and a new technology replaced them that did not contribute to global warming… it would be a boon for this Earth.
Chart from IAEA. Not dated.

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