I'm 40% nuclear

I'd like to see that study.

And I'd like to see the suggestions for energy storage they suggested. The only ones I have seen before rely on battery storage, which is relying on tech ology that doesn't exist yet. Pretty stupid to do that if you ask me.

Edit did some reading. Germany's phase out of nuclear before coal has already cost them.ober 1000 lives and $12bn in social costs per year

And they also probably could have already phased out fossil fuels if they hadn't been erroneously decommissioning their nuclear plants.

Energy storage is still largely non existent in Germany. This is a stupid idea by the German government and they clearly have no plan how to carry it out.

I read one thing suggesting they would use Natural gas to supply the base load. THAT'S A FOSSIL FUEL

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