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Germany’s Renewable Energy Transition

The Germans are ditching NUCLEAR, but at what cost to their economy? Germany’s abrupt policy shift to renewables came after the Fukushima nuclear disaster in Japan. Germany plans to adopt a full nuclear phase out over the next coming decades. However, the management of this transition will prove difficult according to most analyst. Industry experts are warning that power outages could result from poor planning and lack of infrastructure to handle the volatile nature of renewables.

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