Federal Constitutional Court confirms: Handling ban for nuclear fuels unconstitutional3 min reading time

Berlin, 12.01.2022 The Federal Constitutional Court has ruled that the ban on handling nuclear fuel in the ports of Bremen is incompatible with the Basic Law of the Federal Republic of Germany. The supreme court decision, which was delivered on 11 January 2022, confirms the opinion of the industry association KernD e.V. and its member companies Advanced Nuclear Fuels mbH (ANF), GNS Gesellschaft für Nuklear-Service mbH Read more...

Current debate on the continued operation of German nuclear power plants for climate policy reasons2 min reading time

Berlin, 08.10.2021 For more than two years, politicians, business and media representatives and social initiatives have repeatedly brought the continued operation of nuclear power plants in Germany into the public debate in order to achieve our country's climate policy goals and combine these with the security of a needs-based electricity supply and economic prosperity. Read more...

60 years of electricity from nuclear power - first grid feed-in of VAK Kahl1 min reading time

Berlin, 17.06.2021 First grid feed-in by the Kahl experimental nuclear power plant on 17.06.1961 - 60 years of electricity from nuclear energy in Germany On 17 June 1961, the Kahl experimental nuclear power plant (VAK) fed electricity into the German grid for the first time. This was also the first time that electricity from nuclear energy was fed into and utilised in Germany. Start of construction for the boiling water reactor with Read more...

KernD positions on prospects for nuclear technology1 min reading time

Berlin, 17.03.2021 KernD positions on prospects for nuclear technology Brief statement by Kerntechnik Deutschland e.V. (KernD) on prospects for nuclear technology in Germany and Europe in response to the position paper of the Federal Ministry for the Environment, Nature Conservation and Nuclear Safety (BMU) "12 points for completing the nuclear phase-out". KernD positions on the prospects for nuclear technology (PDF, 178.90 KB)

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