Can Germany Survive Without Nuclear Power?

By Len Ackland | July 1, 2009

Confronted with stringent goals for greenhouse gas emissions reductions, germany
is trying to find the right balance of energy sources and efficiency measures to
meet electricity demand. Nuclear may or may not be part of the mix.

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