Germany prepares to keep nuclear power plants operating
13 October 2022 | 5:34 am
Germany's nuclear shutdown is likely to be delayed, due to concerns about power supplies this winter. It's been over a decade since Germany decided to abandon atomic power. But energy shortages, caused by Russia's war on Ukraine, have forced a rethink.
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