Habeck: Southern German nuclear power plants supposed to run longer

Federal Economic Affairs Minister Robert Habeck considers it necessary to operate the two nuclear reactors in southern Germany over the winter given the current situation. He referred to the situation in France, where many nuclear power plants cannot run due to maintenance work. There, he said, the situation had deteriorated further with a view to the winter. “Today, I must say that the data from France speak for the fact that we then also call the reserve,” said the Green politician on Tuesday in Berlin.

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