urgewald and its MD , Heffa Schucking , arranged for this opportunity.
|urgewald and Critical shareholders demand resignation of RWE CEO Grossmann|
The environmental organization urgewald and the Association of Critical Shareholders urge the RWE AG in tomorrow's general meeting in Essen, say goodbye to their irresponsible nuclear policy to withdraw the case against the nuclear moratorium and to dismiss the CEO Grossman.
While emerging between the political parties, a compromise for a faster phase-out of nuclear energy, RWE fighting doggedly for nuclear energy. "The disaster in Fukushima to the world the uncontrollability of nuclear energy is a reminder," said Heffa Schücking, managing director of urgewald. "Chief executive Juergen Grossmann added to last year's often said Japan shows that one can build safe nuclear power plant in earthquake-prone regions. Fortunately, making protests and lack of funding to build a line by Mr. Grossman's adventurous plans, nuclear power plant in earthquake-prone locations in Bulgaria and Romania. "
"As the only energy company RWE has brought against the temporary shutdown of a nuclear power plant is inserted and is thus socially marginalized," says Markus Dufner, Director of the Federation of Critical shareholders. "Many retail investors are opposed to the RWE-action and more and more cities and municipalities that the Association of Local RWE shareholders (MCA) members calling for the nuclear phase. "
Abroad, RWE will build new nuclear power still works, we plan in the UK, where RWE and E. ON jointly six nuclear reactors at Oldbury and Wylfa. Reg Illingworth of the citizens' initiative in Oldbury is flown in for the meeting to protest against it: "RWE refuses to see the reality of the residual risk in the eye. That it is within 32 years came in three nuclear power plants to nuclear fusion, shows that the basic assumptions of the nuclear industry in the frequency of such events are false and irresponsible. The citizens of Oldbury and Wylfa will not suffer. "
RWEs aggressive nuclear policy, as well as coal, which is particularly associated with CEO Grossman blocked, the energy transition. From the perspective of urgewald and Critical Shareholders will jeopardize not only the safety and the environment, but also sets the long-term value of the company at risk. "The annual report RWE itself states that the investors the company have entrusted money and the task RWEs had to to do business responsibly," said Schücking. "The current group policy does not do this. Therefore, RWE follow the theme of its annual report and plain talk . And indeed with Juergen Grossmann: He must either change its nuclear course or find a new job because he RWE more harm than good, "Ford Dufner and Schücking.
Interviews in advance or on 20 April from 8:15 clock in front of the Grugahalle in Essen
Contact and further information: urgewald, Heffa Schücking, 0160-96 76 14 36 email@example.com, www.urgewald.de
Association of Critical Shareholders, Markus Dufner, Managing Director
Tel 0221 / 599 56 47, mobile 0173-713 52 37,