Post Tagged with: "Germany"

TNR: "How Not to Go Green"

November 1, 2011 2 comments
Posted in Environment, Innovation, News, Nuclear, Renewables, Wind

As we have noted before, we think there are important lessons to be learned from Germany’s efforts to phase out nuclear power. In the end,… Read More

Spotlight: Germany’s nuclear exit will mean burning more fossil fuels

July 22, 2011 0 comments
Posted in Innovation, Nuclear, Renewables, Wind

by Jarrett Adams As Germany begins its trek toward shutting down its nuclear plants by 2022, it has to answer several questions about what effect… Read More

Theory versus Practice (Part II)

June 2, 2011 0 comments
Posted in Innovation, Nuclear

A number of voices have joined the chorus describing the same issue we’d blogged about this week: that Germany’s draw down on nuclear power illustrates… Read More

AREVA Wins Offshore Wind Contract in Germany

December 23, 2010 0 comments
Posted in Innovation, News, Renewables, Wind

By Jarret Adams AREVA announced a contract today worth approximate $525 million with Trianel, an group of German electric utilities, to supply 40 five megawatt… Read More

AREVA Offshore Wind Turbines Triumph in Germany

AREVA Offshore Wind Turbines Triumph in Germany

By Katherine Berezowskyj Not too far from Copenhagen, AREVA is making sure that some progress in reducing CO2 emissions is a reality. AREVA, through its… Read More

AREVA Has Many Satisfied MOX Fuel Customers

AREVA Has Many Satisfied MOX Fuel Customers

by Jarret Adams Today, some 35 reactors around the world are using mixed-oxide fuel produced by AREVA, and fuel for more is under development. Our… Read More