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    Translation: Comment on Uniper: State must now switch to renewable energies


    September 21, 2022 - ForeignAffairs.co.nz

     

      MIL OSI translation. Region: Germany/Germany

      Source: Bund für Umwelt und Naturschutz Deutschland BUND Chairman Olaf Bandt (Simone Neumann) “The fossil energy industry is on its knees. The state takeover must be the beginning of the end for the fossil energy company Uniper. Uniper must say goodbye to coal and gas and become a relevant player in the energy transition. After the share takeover, the state must ensure that the company's direction changes and ensure the rapid decarbonization of the company's businesses. No overcapacities may be created with the LNG terminals. A timely conversion to green hydrogen must be made a condition of commissioning. Uniper must anticipate possible court rulings on the temporary use of fossil natural gas and independently realign its LNG plans. Uniper must now initiate the accelerated phase-out of coal by 2030 and shut down the Datteln IV coal-fired power plant as quickly as possible.” Contact BUND: Oliver Powalla, Head of Energy Policy and Energy Expert (Gas), Tel.: 030-27586-436, email: oliver.powalla(at) bund.netBUND press office: Sigrid Wolff | Daniel Jan | Clara Billen | Lara Dalbudak Tel. 030-27586-497 |-531 |-464 |-425 | Email: presse(at)bund.netFor an overview

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      EDITOR'S NOTE: This article is a translation. Apologies should the grammar and/or sentence structure not be perfect.

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