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Nuclear exit: Berlin will pay 2.4 billion euros in compensation to energy companies

2021-03-05T10:52:34.742Z

The German government has reached a compensation agreement to the tune of 2.4 billion euros with the energy groups harmed by the accelerated phase-out of nuclear energy, decided in 2011 by Chancellor Angela Merkel following the disaster in Fukushima, he announced on Friday. Read also: Nuclear: EDF formalized on its emergency plan in Flamanville "The government will pay compensation to the tune o



The German government has reached a compensation agreement to the tune of 2.4 billion euros with the energy groups harmed by the accelerated phase-out of nuclear energy, decided in 2011 by Chancellor Angela Merkel following the disaster in Fukushima, he announced on Friday.

Read also: Nuclear: EDF formalized on its emergency plan in Flamanville

"The government will pay compensation to the tune of 2.428 billion euros" to operators EON, RWE, Vattenfall and EnBW, which operated German nuclear power plants, all of which will be closed at the end of 2022, Berlin said in a statement.

Source: lefigaro

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