E.on CEO on Merkel's Nuclear Moratorium Reactor Shutdown 'May Cause Problems with Grid Stability'

In a SPIEGEL interview, Johannes Teyssen, CEO of the energy giant E.on, talks about Chancellor Angela Merkel decision to impose a nuclear energy moratorium in the wake of Fukushima and warns that the electricity grid could become unstable when reactors are taken offline.
The nuclear power plant Isar 1 near Landshut, which is run by energy supplier E.on. is being shut down as part of the nuclear energy moratorium announced by Angela Merkel.

The nuclear power plant Isar 1 near Landshut, which is run by energy supplier E.on. is being shut down as part of the nuclear energy moratorium announced by Angela Merkel.

Foto: JOHN MACDOUGALL/ AFP
Interview conducted by Frank Dohmen.