In view of rising prices and the threat of energy shortages, a debate has broken out about the further use of the three remaining German nuclear power plants. This is also controversial because nuclear power is mainly used to generate electricity, while the lack of Russian gas is used to produce heat. Proponents also argue with possible power shortages. The plan is actually for the remaining Meiler Isar 2 in Lower Bavaria, Emsland in Lower Saxony and Neckarwestheim 2 in Baden-Württemberg to go out of service at the end of the year.
Baden-Württemberg: Südwest-AfD for the construction of new nuclear power plants in Germany
Stuttgart (dpa / lsw) - While the other parties are arguing about extending the lifetime of the nuclear power plants, the AfD goes a step further: the new co-chairman of the Baden-Württemberg state association, Markus Frohnmaier, advocates the construction of new reactors to to deal with the energy crisis.