Paris, Berlin 'agree to disagree' on French push to label nuclear energy green Germany and France have "agreed to disagree" on the EU's move to label nuclear energy as green, German Europe Minister Anna Luehrmann said Friday, denying any conflict between the two European giants…
Germany calls nuclear power 'dangerous,' rejects EU plan
The German government said Monday that it considers nuclear energy dangerous and objects to European Union proposals that would let the technology remain part of the bloc’s plans for a climate-friendly future
A burning issue: Building more natural gas power plants hurts the environment
Creating construction jobs and providing returns for investors are not good reasons for going that route.
EU draft on financing nuclear and gas plants raises ire
Draft European Union plans that would allow nuclear and gas energy to remain part of the bloc’s path to a climate-friendly future came under immediate criticism over the weekend
Europe Plans to Say Nuclear Power and Natural Gas Are Green Investments
The draft proposal could help unleash a wave of investment, but critics say both sources of energy cause damage to the environment.
Brussels unveils plan for 'green' gas and nuclear label
Such a classification allows for a reduction in financing costs, which is crucial for the projects concerned and for the states willing to support them.
Germany shuts three of its last six nuclear plants
Germany has pulled the plug on three of its last six nuclear power stations as it moves towards completing its withdrawal from nuclear power as it turns its focus to renewables.
EU plans to class nuclear power and natural gas as green energy sources
The EU is planning to label energy from nuclear power and natural gas as "green" sources for investment despite internal disagreement over whether they truly qualify as sustainable options.