Building nuclear power plants isn’t cheap or easy. Just ask France and the U.K. Now Germany is showing that leaving the atomic-power game is harder than it sounds. Following the 2011 disaster at Japan’s Fukushima plant, Germany’s government decided to exit nuclear power generation. It’s negotiating with reactor operators over the costs of decommissioning plants and the lingering liability for nuclear waste. About 14 percent of the electricity produced in Germany came from reactors in 2015.
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