German non-nuclear strategy stumbles

A year into its energy system transformation, Germany is struggling with dependency on a single TSO for grid investments and delays to offshore plans, says Simon Jones. Soaring costs, licensing delays and technical problems are threatening to derail Germany’s non-nuclear energy strategy. New gas and coal-fired capacity is not sufficient to cover medium-term demand, and … Continued

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