German Nuclear Operators Must Pay $26.4 Billion for StorageBy , , and
That's the recommendation from a government-appointed panel
Operators seeking deal to secure financial market visibility
RWE AG, EON SE and other German utilities will probably have to pay 23.3 billion euros ($26.4 billion) to cover the costs of storing their nuclear waste once they close their reactors.
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