Germany makes Europe dependent on gas? In Gazprom “Crimean champagne corks were popping”

On Saturday, the Minister of Economy and Climate, Robert Habeck, spoke indignantly at the attempt to “green” nuclear energy. Government spokesman Steffen Hebestreit announced on Monday unequivocally: “We clearly reject assessments about nuclear energy”.

German media criticize the federal government over gas

This approach criticizes Die Welt, as it would make the whole of Europe dependent on Russian gas supplies. “It’s hard to understand such an assessment of the federal government.” – notes the newspaper.

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The decision of the European Commission “to promote gas as a bridge technology seems much more problematic, both from the point of view of climate policy and geopolitics, than the EU decision to favor nuclear energy, criticized by the German government,” writes Welt.

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Champagne corks popped out in Gazprom

“The turmoil in Germany is artificial,” says environmental expert Ralf Fuecks, quoted by a German daily. After all, everyone, including the European Commission, “knows that a climate compromise at European level is only possible if both competing pathways of climate change are taken into account.

On the one hand, we have a special German path, consisting in the use of gas as a medium-term substitute for coal and nuclear energy, and on the other hand, a path favored especially by the French, consisting in achieving climate neutrality with a significant share of nuclear energy“- emphasizes the journal.

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