Gesamtmetall president Wolf calls for debate on new nuclear power plants

The president of the German employers’ association Gesamtmetall, Stefan Wolf, has spoken out in favor of continued operation of the three nuclear power plants still running in Germany and a debate on the construction of new reactors. “I think a longer operating time for nuclear power plants is absolutely necessary,” Wolf told the newspapers of the Funke Mediengruppe. He added that extending the operating lives of the three nuclear power plants still in operation could significantly reduce the use of gas to generate electricity and help secure the power supply when there really is no more gas available.

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