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EnBW: No State Liability for Unlawful Nuclear Power Moratorium Damages

The Bonn Regional Court (LG Bonn) dismissed EnBW’s compensation claim against the Federal Republic of Germany and the State of Baden-Württemberg. EnBW had asked for EUR 261 million because of the temporary unlawful moratorium shutdown of the Neckarwestheim I and Philippsburg I nuclear power plants.

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EnBW to (Also) File Lawsuit Claiming Damages for 2011 Nuclear Power Moratorium

EnBW plans to (also) file a lawsuit to claim damages for the 2011 German nuclear power moratorium, the company reported today. Damages are reported to have been in the range of a low triple digit million Euro figure.

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Nuclear Back-up Power Plant to be Treated like Other Back-up Power Plants

The nuclear power back-up plant that can be designated by the Federal Network Agency until September pursuant to the recent 13th amendment of the Atomic Energy Act (AtG) that provides for a nuclear phase-out until 2022, is to be treated like any other back-up power plant, an answer by the government to a minor interpellation by members of the Green party stated.

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President Wulff Signs Nuclear Energy Exit Law – First Acts from Energy Law Package Promulgated

Less than eight months after he signed last year’s nuclear power extension legislation, Federal President Christian Wulff on 31 July signed the German nuclear energy exit law, the 13th amendment of the Atomic Energy Act (AtG).

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Chancellery Invites to Nuclear Energy Talks

The German Chancellery has invited board members of the four major utilities E.ON AG, RWE AG, Vattenfall Europe AG and EnBW AG for 21 January 2010 to discuss nuclear energy issues. Continue reading ‘Chancellery Invites to Nuclear Energy Talks’