The growth of Germany’s green energy could grow so fast that its electrical grid may not be able to handle the added electrons, which still need to be firmed up with baseload generation that runs around the clock. So the government there may cut the subsidies so as to limit rate of renewable expansion.
Is Germany’s transition to a power sector fueled mostly by renewables and not at all by nuclear energy going as planned? It depends on whom is asked. But the latest such look suggests that it has hit a bump: carbon emissions are up. While renewable energy pursuits in Germany are … Read more »