19 Dec '11, 10pm

In Germany, Renewable Energy Surpasses Nuclear and Coal Energy For First Time

Nuclear power is dropping off in the country since Chancellor Merkel closed the eight oldest reactors this past year after the Fukushima catastrophe. Nuclear represented 17.4 percent of the country's electricity load, down from 22.4 percent last year and the country plans to step away from the energy source

Full article: http://www.ecogeek.org/preventing-pollution/3664-in-germa...

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