Germany to postpone nuclear power phaseout
- Sep 28, 2022 5:41 pm GMT
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German energy company E.ON said in a separate statement that it could keep at least one of those plants running through
"That is why we have always been willing to discuss the potential continued operation of the Isar 2 nuclear power plant, if the German government requested it," he said. "We continue to stand by this responsibility."
The broader European energy market may be facing a rough couple of months given the extraordinary spike in the price for natural gas, prompting governments across the bloc to scramble for alternatives ahead of the winter heating season.
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