long time it had been like this in germany. But in private hands there is always the first point we have to produce energy (think of the money). Private persons take higher risks look at the finance crises everybody in this business knew that it could end like this. And your argument with the dead people is very strange, when I work in a mine I know that there are risks but/so I get good money for this, the people which are living in sphere of influence of a power plant don't get any money for this, so when you argue like this you would have to compensate these people (in europe about 500 million) for higher risks of dying from cancer, having lesser profit in farming and so on, no insurance will ever take this risk.
You're taking with the wind power a bad example cause this can't be the solution (and certainly not alone). Thats I imagine a little bit the american way of thinking "let's build there one enormous and then we are the best" (please don't be angry with me). Have you been in Germany in the last ten years? Then you would have realised what I really meant when I said "decentral" nearly every third house has solar plants on its roof, thats decentral!