Tag Archives: Germany

Why Germany is Choosing Natural Gas over Nuclear Power

The world is experiencing a nuclear renaissance. Uranium prices are soaring as the world snaps up nuclear fuel, public favor for nuclear power is at a 10-year high in the United States, Russia is busily expanding its own nuclear energy empire in emerging economies in Africa, and even Japan is …

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OMV Sees German Gas Prices at EUR 30-35/MWh in 2024

Austrian energy company OMV expects German gas prices to average around EUR 30-35/MWh this year, down from EUR 41/MWh in the previous year, it said on Thursday. The front-month contract on Germany’s THE hub was last seen trading around EUR 30/MWh, roughly half of the value seen one year ago. …

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Germany Leads the Way in Solar Energy across Europe

According to assessments by the International Renewable Energy Agency in 2022, Germany had an installed photovoltaic capacity of around 67 gigawatts, making it the European country with the greatest solar energy potential. As Statista’s Anna Fleck details below, the capacity of the Federal Republic in that year was more than …

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