Baden-Württemberg: Secretary General Huber: Habeck's nuclear power plant plans are "Kokolores"

Heidelberg (dpa / lsw) - The Baden-Württemberg CDU general secretary Isabell Huber has spoken out in favor of the further use of nuclear power in order to secure the energy supply in autumn and winter.

Baden-Württemberg: Secretary General Huber: Habeck's nuclear power plant plans are "Kokolores"

Heidelberg (dpa / lsw) - The Baden-Württemberg CDU general secretary Isabell Huber has spoken out in favor of the further use of nuclear power in order to secure the energy supply in autumn and winter. "We have to do everything we can - every kilowatt hour counts," said Huber of the "Rhein-Neckar-Zeitung" (Friday). What Federal Minister of Economics Robert Habeck (Greens) presented was a bad compromise.

Habeck proposed on Tuesday that two of the three remaining German nuclear power plants should be used until mid-April in the event of power shortages: Isar 2 in Bavaria and Neckarwestheim in Baden-Württemberg. After the nuclear phase-out decided under the former Chancellor Angela Merkel (CDU), all German nuclear power plants should actually go offline at the end of the year.

Huber told the newspaper that the economics minister's proposal only meant costs, with no benefit for the country. "It's nonsense what's planned there." Basically, "disputes and lazy compromises are the order of the day" in the federal government. For this reason, the CDU federal party conference starting this Friday will decide on an initiative application on the subject of secure energy supply with concrete measures.

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