Nuclear power in Germany
Nuclear power in Germany accounted for 17.7% of national electricity supply in 2011, compared to 22.4% in 2010. German nuclear power began with research reactors in the 1950s and 1960s with the first ...
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German nuclear plant hit by computer viruses
A German nuclear power plant has been found to be infected by several different computer viruses.
Nuclear accidents by country
Worldwide, many nuclear accidents have occurred since the Chernobyl disaster in 1986. Two thirds of these mishaps occurred in the US. The French Atomic Energy Commission (CEA) has concluded that techn...
Timeline of the Fukushima nuclear accidents
Fukushima Dai-ichi (dai-ichi means "#1"), was a multi-reactor nuclear power site in the Fukushima Prefecture of Japan. The Fukushima Daiichi nuclear disaster occurred after a 9.0 magnitude Tōhoku eart...
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Biblis Nuclear Power Plant
The Biblis Nuclear Power Plant is in the South Hessian municipality of Biblis and consists of two units: unit A with a gross output of 1200 megawatts and unit B with a gross output of 1300 megawatts. ...
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Gundremmingen Nuclear Power Plant
The Gundremmingen Nuclear Power Plant is the highest-output nuclear power station in Germany, producing 2 × 1344 megawatts. It is located in Gundremmingen, district of Günzburg, Bavaria and is operate...
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RWE
RWE AG (until 1990: Rheinisch-Westfälisches Elektrizitätswerk AG), is a German electric utilities company based in Essen, North Rhine-Westphalia. Through its various subsidiaries, the energy company...
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Stendal Nuclear Power Plant
The Stendal Nuclear Power Station (German: Kernkraftwerk Stendal) is a never-completed nuclear power station in East Germany, near the city of Arneburg, Stendal in Bezirk Magdeburg, today Saxony-A...
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Grohnde Nuclear Power Plant
The Grohnde Nuclear Power Plant is located in Hamelin-Pyrmont in Lower Saxony. It has one reactor that uses 193 fuel assemblies and utilizes both enriched uranium and MOX fuel. In 1985, 1986, 1987, 1...
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Neckarwestheim Nuclear Power Plant
Neckarwestheim Nuclear Power Station is a nuclear power plant in Neckarwestheim, Germany. It is sometimes abbreviated GKN (for German: Gemeinschaftskraftwerk Neckar). It is operated by EnBW Kernk...
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Grafenrheinfeld Nuclear Power Plant
The Grafenrheinfeld nuclear power plant (German: Kernkraftwerk Grafenrheinfeld) is near Grafenrheinfeld, south of Schweinfurt at the river Main. Construction took place between 1974 and 1981 with cons...
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SNR-300
The Fast Breeder nuclear reactor SNR-300 was built near the town of Kalkar, North Rhine-Westphalia, Germany. It was completed but never taken online. SNR-300 was to output 327 megawatts. The project c...
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Isar Nuclear Power Plant
Next to the Isar river, two base load nuclear power plants have been built, called Isar I and Isar II. They are fourteen kilometres away from Landshut, between Essenbach and Niederaichbach.
The sa...
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2011 Japanese nuclear accidents
The Fukushima Daiichi nuclear disaster (福島第一原子力発電所事故, Fukushima Daiichi ( pronunciation) genshiryoku hatsudensho jiko) was a nuclear disaster at the Fukushima I Nuclear Power Plant that b...
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Brokdorf Nuclear Power Plant
Brokdorf Nuclear Power Plant (German: Kernkraftwerk Brokdorf, or KBR) is close to the municipality of Brokdorf in Steinburg, Schleswig-Holstein, Germany. It started in October 1986 by a first-of-its-...
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Asse (hills)
The Asse is a small hill range in the district of Wolfenbüttel in southeastern Lower Saxony with a median height of 200 metres ASL; the highest elevation is the Remlinger Herse with a height of 234 m....
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Gesellschaft für Nuklear-Service
The Gesellschaft für Nuklear-Service mbH (GNS) carries out services in the field of radioactive waste disposal and decommissioning of nuclear facilities and operates through several subsidiaries inter...
Anti-nuclear movement in Germany
The anti-nuclear movement in Germany has a long history dating back to the early 1970s when large demonstrations prevented the construction of a nuclear plant at Wyhl. The Wyhl protests were an exampl...
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International reaction to the Fukushima Daiichi nuclear disaster
The international reaction to the 2011 Fukushima Daiichi nuclear disaster has been diverse and widespread. Many inter-governmental agencies responded to the Japanese Fukushima Daiichi nuclear disaster...
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Unterweser Nuclear Power Plant
The nuclear power station Unterweser is a nuclear power plant in Kleinensiel (Municipality of Stadland), close to Nordenham.When it first started up, it was the largest nuclear reactor in the world. ...
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Krümmel Nuclear Power Plant
Krümmel Nuclear Power Plant is a nuclear power plant in Geesthacht near Hamburg, Germany. It was taken into operation in 1983 and is owned 50% by Vattenfall via Vattenfall Europe Nuclear Energy GmbH a...
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Lingen Nuclear Power Plant
Lingen Nuclear Power Plant is an inactive nuclear power plant in Germany, close to Emsland Nuclear Power Plant.It once belonged to VEW, and now belongs to RWE Power AG. 7°18′25″E / 52....
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Free Republic of Wendland
The Free Republic of Wendland (from German Republik Freies Wendland) was a protest camp established in Gorleben, Germany, on 3 May 1980 to protest against the establishment ...
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Kahl Nuclear Power Plant
The Kahl plant was the first nuclear power plant ever to be built in Germany. It was located in Karlstein am Main and was an (at the time) experimental boiling water reactor. It was built by General...
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Emsland Nuclear Power Plant
Emsland Nuclear Power Station is a nuclear reactor located in the district of Emsland, Germany just south of the Lingen Nuclear Power Plant. The reactor has 193 fuel elements totaling a core weight o...
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Forschungsreaktor 2 (FR2)
Forschungsreaktor 2 (FR2) (Research Reactor 2) was the second nuclear reactor built in and by Germany after restrictions on nuclear research imposed as a result of the Second World War were lifted in ...
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