Nobel Prize winner in physics and former US Secretary of Energy, Steven Chu, has accused Germany of having the wrong energy policy in an interview with the Frankfurter Allgemeine Sunday newspaper. He also criticized the Green party for spreading false information and having a stance that is not compatible with future reality.
In his interview, Chu emphasized the need for stable and inexpensive electricity, especially for industries such as chemical, petrochemical, and manufacturing plants. He warned that the lack of reliable power could lead to significant impacts and even an exodus of heavy industry from Germany, which would be catastrophic for the economy. Chu, a professor at Stanford University and former Minister of Energy, emphasized the importance of understanding the energy needs of these industries in Germany.
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