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Power plant Lingen: energy transition in full swing Excursion

In Lingen – a German town in Lower Saxony – you can’t miss the energy transition. Two nuclear power plants have been shut down. In order to provide the region with electricity a gas-power plant has been built. Also the future is taken into account, since a brand-new hydrogen plant is being constructed. So, if you want to experience the energy transition in full, join this excursion. Bodo Schlünzen, a former nuclear power plant operator, will explain what it takes to dismantle a nuclear reactor. He will also take us on a tour to the gas and hydrogen plant. Including lunch at an idyllic cooling lake. In cooperation with KIVI Students Twente and Ockham. Students (€30,-) others (€45,-) including bus transport, coffee/tea & lunch. Please register via a.heukels@utwente.nl

Students have priority!


A. Heukels (Anneke)
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