News Digest Item
29 Aug 2016

“E.On, RWE, Vattenfall and EnBW demand a new nuclear agreement”


Germany’s big four utilities want greater security and clarity on costs they will incur from the nuclear phase-out, and are proposing detailed contracts with the government, writes Angela Hennersdorf in Wirtschaftswoche. The contracts would establish how much each company pays into a fund for the nuclear clean-up and would require the government to pay a penalty if it doesn’t stick to the agreement, she writes.

Read the article in German here.

Read the CLEW factsheet Securing utility payments for the nuclear clean-up.

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