Dynamics in the IEM #2

Author: Thomas Sattich

The following graphs feature some main aspects of Germany’s energy transition seen from a European perspective: Phase out of nuclear power and renewables on the rise; short time power shortage in Germany after the phase out of 8 nuclear power stations in the wake of Fukushima; intermittency of German wind power, which equals the phase out of 8 nuclear power stations; Denmark as a working example for Germany, based on import-export of electricity in order to keep the network stable.

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