Nuclear Plant Leak Pressures German Government to Decide Extension

BERLIN—The operator of one of Germany’s three remaining nuclear power stations said Monday that it has detected a leak that will require the plant to shut down for several days of maintenance next month if it is to keep going beyond the end of the year.
The announcement by PreussenElektra, a subsidiary of utility giant E.ON that operates the Isar 2 facility in Bavaria, puts pressure on the German government to decide if it wants to stick to its long-held plan of shutting all the country’s nuclear plants this year, to keep them on stand-by or to run them for as long as possible….

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