Before the Bundestag decided on the continued operation of the three remaining German nuclear power plants, Federal Environment Minister Steffi Lemke (Greens) reaffirmed her no to further service life extensions.
"The law clearly says that on April 15th the shutdown will take place and that no new fuel elements should be procured," she said on RTL/ntv's "Frühstart" program. She answered in the affirmative whether the nuclear age in Germany was over.
Today, the Bundestag is dealing with the temporary continued operation of the three remaining German nuclear power plants. To this end, Parliament wants to vote on changes to the Atomic Energy Act. The three power plants were originally supposed to be shut down at the end of the year. However, the federal government's draft law provides for a term until April 15, 2023.