“The winner is Gabriel”
The new bill on the responsibility for the disposal of nuclear waste, passed by the German Bundestag on Thursday, is a “step of historic proportions” for the federal government, writes lawyer and expert in energy law Olaf Däuper in a guest commentary in Handelsblatt. It was a compromise where the state and the nuclear suppliers made a big step towards each other and “contributed to restoring peace in the deep divides between the nuclear-sceptic civil society and the atomic corporations”, writes Däuper.
For background read the CLEW article German utilities buy out of nuclear waste liability for 23.6 bln euros.
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