“Full nuclear speed ahead!”
The nuclear sector is showing confidence at its big trade fair in Le Bourget, France. And German companies which are feeling sidelined by the nuclear phase-out at home are hoping to get work abroad, writes Leo Klimm in the Süddeutsche Zeitung. Germany is turning its back on nuclear power – since Fukushima even more so – but many other countries view it as a technology of the future. The head of the World Nuclear Exhibition (WNE) taunted Germany’s decision as a “weird mix of highly polluting coal power and renewable energies”, Klimm reports.
Read a CLEW dossier about Germany’s nuclear phase-out.