Based on a critical analysis of the status and, above all, the imminent development of the energy transition as it is currently being pursued in Germany, author Dr Thomas Jobsky comes to the conclusion that an alternative path to the energy transition must be taken in order to avoid further deindustrialisation, to maintain Germany's economic and financial credibility, in the interests of national security and to guarantee security of supply. This should be implemented as part of the planning of a conventional power plant portfolio, including the use of carbon capture and storage (CCS). In the author's view, a key role should be played by a future nuclear energy pathway, which should include the reactivation of existing plants as far as possible and the construction of new nuclear power plants, primarily in the area of small modular and advanced reactors.

'Future path of nuclear energy' - a rational reset - reactivation of nuclear energy as part of a conventional power plant fleet

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