Germany's so-called "energy revolution" away from nuclear power is progressing, but there are complications which will make it a hotly contested issue in this year's election.
Five years after Fukushima, the so-called nuclear energy exit is no longer controversial in Germany. Observers abroad have reacted to the move with a mix of astonishment and admiration, says Jens Thurau.
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