In the fall of 2010, the German federal government extended the operating lives of all of the country's nuclear power plants (NPPs). However, the tragic accident in Fukushima in March 2011 led Germany to reverse its energy policy. Germany's amended Nuclear Energy Act, which took effect in July 2011, mandated the immediate shutdown of eight NPPs and significantly curtailed the operating lives of the remaining nine. The four NPPs for which we have operational responsibility must be withdrawn from service at the latest by December 31 of the year indicated: Grafenrheinfeld (2015), Brokdorf (2021), Grohnde (2021), Isar 2 (2022). Two other E.ON NPPs, Isar 1 and Unterweser, have been shut down since March 2011 pursuant to the federal government's nuclear-power moratorium and are now in a post-operational phase. At these and at our remaining operational NPPs, safety is our top priority.