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Germany to extend last 2 nuclear power plant lifespans by a few weeks

By DW
06 September 2022   |   11:22 am
The economics ministry has issued a recommendation to keep two of Germany's last atomic energy stations online through the winter as Berlin scrambles to come up with alternatives to Russian gas.

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