German refusal of atomic energy

Germany is trying to use all possible ways to provide the country with full -fledged energy, raising its problems in the wind energy. In Germany, the resumption of activities in the fields of organic highly effective photocells is carried out, and is developed for glass facades of buildings of the solar collectors system.

And work on improving installations in the field of wind energy continues in order to make them less noisy and lighter. Also, residents of the country are constantly asked to save electricity. In March, Germany stopped its nuclear power plants for three months, as a result of this decision of the authorities, court claims arose from Swedish and German concerns.

Today, Germany is a leader in the world in the field of wind energy, it develops 23,000 wind -energy plants, the capacity of which is 31.3 GW. But, unfortunately, problems arose in this direction in this direction, such as ecologists’ protests, considerable costs, instability of wind energy mining.

Nevertheless, if in the context of refusing Germany from nuclear power plants, other energy sources will be able to reliably provide consumers with power supply only together with organic fuel stations.

So in the case of a decision on the abandonment of atomic generation in Germany, this step cannot be called effective and reliable, since the price of this is quite high at the social, environmental, and economic level!