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Industrial Info Resources

January 25, 2010 23:00 ET

Germany's Nuclear Future to Be Decided This Summer, an Industrial Info News Alert

GALWAY, IRELAND--(Marketwire - January 25, 2010) - Written by Martin Lynch, European News Editor for Industrial Info (Galway, Ireland) -- Hopes are high that many of Germany's 17 nuclear power stations will be given a new lease of life following a crucial meeting last week between the government and representatives of leading energy companies. High-ranking politicians from Germany's departments of the environment and economy met with representatives from E.ON AG (OTC:EONGY) (Dusseldorf, Germany), RWE AG (OTC:RWEOY) (Essen, Germany), Vattenfall AB (Stockholm, Sweden) and Energie Baden-Württemberg AG (EnBW) (Karlsruhe, Germany) to discuss the future of the German nuclear sector. Germany's original aim was to phase out nuclear power by 2021, but the current government is in favour of extending the life of older nuclear plants to prevent an energy crisis.

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