So the answer is no. Dutch earthquakes or not.
Dutch Ask If German Nuclear Plants May Stay Open Amid Gas Crisis – The Netherlands has asked Germany to consider keeping its nuclear power plants open, but admitted the chances of that happening are slim.
“I just asked them if it’s technically possible to keep the nuclear power plants open,” Jetten said in an interview on Wednesday in The Hague, referring to his meeting with Habeck. “They’ve already taken so many measures to shut them down and there’s probably not enough fuel to keep them open a bit longer.”
The Netherlands could extract an extra 50 billion cubic meters of gas each year from its Groningen field. Yet Dutch authorities — wary of earthquakes triggered by drilling, which have damaged cities — have repeatedly said they plan to wind down production and will only increase output as a last resort.