As the number of electric cars grows, so does the question of what kind of electricity it is to charge. The core of many countries does not smell, but it seems to be probably the best source of energy for them. Germany is one of the countries where nuclear energy is not much used, and on Friday the country shut down exactly 3 of the 6 remaining nuclear power plants. It must be said here that it was not a matter of closing down some relatively new power plants due to the pressure of renewable sources, as all three power plants began to be built in 1976 and were put into operation between 1985 and 1986. They twisted 35 to almost 37 years of service. Each of them had an installed capacity of about 1.3 to 1.4 GW.
Nuclear power in Germany accounts for only about 12% of the energy mix, and the failure of these three power plants will reduce it to about 6%. Specifically, these are the Brokdorf, Grohnde and Gundremmingen C power plants. The decommissioning of each of the power plants will cost EUR 1.1 billion (CZK 27 billion) and last until about 2040. performances, but even you are waiting for an early end this New Year’s Eve. Even these power plants are no youngsters. Their construction began in 1982 and they produced electricity from 1988-1989.
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