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A glimpse inside a defunct East German nuclear plant — and what it says about the future of energy in Europe

 PRI, February 08, 2017 ·By Anja Krieger and Daniel A. Gross   An hour north of Berlin, in the middle of a German nature reserve, a narrow smokestack rises into the air from a defunct nuclear power plant. The Rheinsberg Nuclear Power Plant, which came online in 1966, was the first of its kind built in East Germany. Inside, there’s a mint-green room with huge control panels.

February 10, 2017 - Posted by | general

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