The 30 Percent Solution

That’s how much more German households will likely have to pay for energy in the coming years due to the country’s way cool “energy turnaround.”

Investments of at least 150 billion euros will be needed in the next few years and that’s just the beginning and absolutely positively nothing is working out reibungslos (smoothly) as not planned. And that’s the crux of the biscuit: This is what happens when you do your panicked decision making first and your planning later.

“Wir müssen davon ausgehen, dass die Gestaltung der Energiewende länger dauert als geplant.”

One response

  1. 150 BN comes to an *additional* 4680 euros per german household for electricity carrying INFRASTRUCTURE – not the power itself, which is a lot more costly itself.

    Now how could that POSSIBLY be worth it?

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