“Why #Germany Won’t Keep Its #Nuclear Plants Open” https://unchartedterritories.tomaspueyo.com/p/why-germany-wont-keep-its-nuclear #ukraine
It absolutely makes no sense to use atom power in Germany any longer. It's too expensive, plants are too inflexible, sustainable energies are more simple and cheaper. Atom power strengthens the dependence on Russia and Kasachstan because of uranium supply, plus Germany has no final storage for radioactive material. Not even the owners of atom plants want to use them any longer. I think it's over.
The dependency on russian gas has been widely discussed and criticized for years. Germany was once leading with solar energy, but sadly fell back during Ms. Merkels government. Also Nordstream 2 was heavily criticized especially by the Green party. The new government has to reach a fast transition now, not easy.
Germany has rejected atom power since the 70s, this has been one of the reasons for the success of the Green party. It's very different from France, where the don't see problems.