German Nuclear Phase Out Boosted Emissions by 5% and Caused Over 10,000 Deaths

By Brian Wang Carnegie Mellon University, Berkeley and other researchers used hourly data on power plant operations and a novel machine learning framework to estimate how German electrical plants would have operated differently if the nuclear phase-out had not occurred.They found that the lost nuclear electricity production due to the phase-out was replaced primarily by coal-fired production and net..
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