The futility of solar susidization
Just across the German border in the small Czech city of Temelin is one of Europe’s most accident prone nuclear power plants. Green Party officials in Germany have repeatedly called for “the entire facility to be shut down immediately.” No longer. Sixty miles from Temelin, the Bavarian city of Passau is a beneficiary of 1.2 million kwh of daily power exported to Germany by the Temelin nuclear plant. That power is keeping Passau’s lights on and electric motors turning.
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