Dilemma for Berlin in nuclear power replacement plan

It's THE major paradox in the energy debate: Germany's plans to fast-track renewable energy are coming under fire by green activists, but also by many Germans. Although the majority are happy with the government's decision to get rid of nuclear power, the space needed for all the solar parks and wind farms and to feed the biogas networks, means that tens of thousand of acres of countryside and forests will have to go. Is Angela Merkel's government on the right track with energy?