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Huge Losses in German Reactors

Published söndag 14 februari 2010 kl 10.36
The Krümmel nuclear power station near Hamburg

Swedish Television News reports that the Swedish state-owned power company Vattenfall has lost around 200 million dollars on nuclear power in Germany since 2002. This is based on a study conducted by the Swedish parliament’s administrative division.

The Krümmel and Brunsbüttel nuclear stations have suffered from a series of closedowns, which altogether have cost Vattenfall around 1.5 billion dollars. The Swedish Green Party, which asked for the study, is demanding that the government sell off the controversial German nuclear power stations.

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