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Germany shocked the world with its announcement on Monday that it would close all of its nuclear power facilities by 2022. Shortly after the shock and awe wore off, most people considered what it would mean for nuclear stocks. (They fell, as expected.
German government decided to close all nuclear reactors in the country by the year of 2022. It is the Fukushima nuclear disaster which lead them to take such a great decision. In future the nation will promote safe and cheap methods for the
Germany has recently seen mass street protests against nuclear power following the incident at the Fukushima nuclear plant in Japan. As a result of this it has been announced that Germany will shut all it's nuclear power stations by 2022.
Report By: Nina May 30, 2011: In a heartening piece of news for the entire world, on Monday May 29, 2011, Germany announced that it will be closing down all its nuclear power plants
In the wake of the Fukushima nuclear crisis in Japan and in a drastic policy reversal, Germany’s ruling coalition government announced plans on Monday to take all of its nuclear power plants offline by 2022. The decision makes
After watching the horrors unleashed by the Fukushima nuclear power plant in Japan due to the twin devastations of Tsunami and the earthquake, Germany has taken a bold decision to close down its nuclear power plants by 2022.
After the destruction that occured at JAPAN everyone concern is the nuclear plants. Every countrythat have nuclear plants are aware of the destruction that can occur. So due to the effects of the plants
Skooter report 05/30/11 Prompted by the Japan nuclear disaster, Germany on Monday announced plans to close down all its 17 nuclear plants. Germany would become the first major industrialized power to initiate such measures
Germany - According to a publish report on cnn.com, Germany's ruling coalition has agreed to shut down all of the nation's nuclear power plants by 2022. The said announcement was made by the Minister of Ecology Norbert Roettgen of the
On Monday the government of the Germany decided to become the first major industrial power to shut down all its nuclear power plant by 2022. In the early hours of Monday, the environment minister of Germany Norbert Roettgen announced