September 22, 2011

German Road to Nat Gas Has Coal Detour

M. Moore, Miller-McCune


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Germany’s nuclear phase-out strikes either joy or fear into the hearts of environmentalists — joy over the end of nuclear power in a major industrial nation, or fear over the undeniable prospect of more coal-fired plants in central Europe. . .

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