fukushima event in 2010 to phase out. we had an earlier change in 2000 with another change in 2009, and fukushima fukushima, the key event in germany, and at the moment the current situation is that half of the nuclear plant as have been phased out after 2011, and the rest the eight of them are still in operation. they will be phased out by 2021. >> of course you have been -- in germany, they are moving quickly to renewable energy, wind solar, whatever. what's the result been? i mean, has it affect your reliability? the retail prices of electricity or not? >> it's affected the price of the consumer considerably. i think the price went up by 30% for electricity for the private house households. perhaps one conclusion is, and i'm not here taking any particular position if you change policies to a pragmatic manner without too much momentary intervention i think the change in germany has forced us to react very quickly. it had some rather unintended consequences at the moment. we -- the main importer of u.s. coal. now, of course, this is a little bit odd and awkward to have more coal.