The nuclear power plants will all close by 2025. At the end of next year, an evaluation will be made to determine whether the risk to energy supply and prices will increase. That is what the Vivaldi negotiators have agreed, writes The time.
The intention is indeed to close the power stations all, as laid down in the law on nuclear phase-out. There will be a subsidy mechanism to encourage investors to invest in replacement capacity, and the subsidies should not increase the energy bill.
This means that in the autumn of 2021 next year, the aid for the first gas-fired power stations can be auctioned. Afterwards, in November next year, it will be re-examined whether the conditions are met. If that were not the case, an emergency scenario is started to keep two nuclear power plants open.
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