Brandenburg Minister-President Dietmar Woidke, is satisfied with the compromise that the coal Commission last weekend. "If the proposals are implemented, the success of the Coal phase-fair", said the SPD-politician in an Interview with the daily mirror.
It was now important to bring an action of law that specifically sets out how the structural change will be implemented. "The Expansion of railway lines, research and science, for example, in the urgently needed storage technology, but also good funding conditions for companies to settle in now."
Also had to ensure that the Image of the exit strategy from Coal-affected regions to raise and attractive shape for the time after the brown coal. "Culture is for me a very important pillar. The RAG-Stiftung to respond to the coal phase-out in the Ruhr area, for example, has supported the Ruhr Triennale. It is beyond Germany's borders known,“ said Woidke.
The four Minister-presidents of the Coal States will meet next Thursday again with German Chancellor Angela Merkel (CDU) in Berlin, to talk about structural aid and the measures of the law.More about
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in order That the coal Commission has not formulated the shutdown plan of power stations in the period 2023 to 2030 to get Woidke for a good decision. The importance of regular Review in terms of security of supply, which had been anchored. "Security of supply, however, before the collapse, or the price of Electricity go through the roof, it will take longer," Woidke said the daily mirror.