San Francisco Chronicle and AICGS Advisor: The nuclear endgame begins in Germany
"Germany may well be regarded as the nation where the endgame of nuclear power began." Economics, risk assessments and public pressure lead many countries to halt nuclear power and shift to green energy. After an Op-Ed in the San Francisco Chronicle, R. Andreas Kraemer of Ecologic Institute explains in the AICGS Advisor the German decision and its impact on nuclear proliferation.
The arguments behind the short article are laid out in more depth in an essay [english] published by the American Institute for Contemporary German Studies in their AICGS Advisor.
Keywords: Energy, Energy Transformation, nuclear power, renewable energy, Germany
Citation: Kraemer, R. Andreas 2011: “The nuclear endgame begins in Germany”. San Francisco Chonicle, A - 22.
Kraemer, R. Andreas 2011: “The Nuclear Power Endgame in Germany”. AICGS Advisor.
Author: R. Andreas Kraemer
Published in: San Francisco Chronicle and AICGS Advisor
Pages: A-22 (San Francisco Chronicle)
Reference type: online
Date: 17 June 2011 (San Francisco Chronicle) and 30 June 2011 (AICGS Advisor)
Project number: 101