Germany Weighs Electricity Rationing Scheme To Stabilize Its Now Shaky Green Power Grid

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Germany Weighs Electricity Rationing Scheme To Stabilize Its Now Shaky Green Power Grid
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Charles Rotter


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By P Gosselin on 19. January 2021
Is the German model America’s future?
Putting matches in charge of fighting gasoline fires? Even more interference appears to be the German government’s approach to solving the power grid mess that its earlier meddling created in the first place.

Germany struggles to keep the lights on, looks for a law to prevent its power grid from crashing.

Before the days of climate alarmism and hysteria, the job of deciding how to best produce electricity was left to power generation engineers and experts – people who actually understood it. The result: Germany had one of the most stable and reliable power grids worldwide.
Green energies destabilized the German power grid
Then in the 1990s, environmental activists, politicians, climate alarmists and pseudo-experts decided they could do a better job at generating power in Germany and eventually passed the outlandish EEG green energy feed-in act and rules. They insisted that wildly fluctuating, intermittent power supplies could be managed easily, and done so at a low cost.

Blackouts threaten
Fast forward to today: The result of all the government meddling is becoming glaringly clear: the country now finds itself on the verge of blackouts due to grid instability, has the highest electricity prices in the world, relies more on imports and is not even close to meeting its emissions targets.

Germany’s rickety and moody power grid now threatens the entire European power grid stability, as we recently witnessed.

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Germany struggles to keep the lights on, looks for a law to prevent its power grid from crashing.
ahhh
From the people who caused the problem in the first place
theyll be rioting by candle light shortly
 
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Merkle Energy! The Sun is light enough!
many riots going on in Germany ? over lockdowns ?
No trace of riots. Most even agree.
protests ?
i watch them drag away old people in the former United Kingdom ....for not wearing masks and for being out in public

they were rioting in france an spain ....could of been darkies

frau merkel has almost finished yas off ...Germany is even a turn off for business and investors ...its lost its appeal ...

PolitikStube:

the whole western world is going down
 

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Germany Weighs Electricity Rationing Scheme To Stabilize Its Now Shaky Green Power Grid
2 days ago

Charles Rotter


Reposted from the NoTricksZone
By P Gosselin on 19. January 2021
Is the German model America’s future?
Putting matches in charge of fighting gasoline fires? Even more interference appears to be the German government’s approach to solving the power grid mess that its earlier meddling created in the first place.

Germany struggles to keep the lights on, looks for a law to prevent its power grid from crashing.

Before the days of climate alarmism and hysteria, the job of deciding how to best produce electricity was left to power generation engineers and experts – people who actually understood it. The result: Germany had one of the most stable and reliable power grids worldwide.
Green energies destabilized the German power grid
Then in the 1990s, environmental activists, politicians, climate alarmists and pseudo-experts decided they could do a better job at generating power in Germany and eventually passed the outlandish EEG green energy feed-in act and rules. They insisted that wildly fluctuating, intermittent power supplies could be managed easily, and done so at a low cost.

Blackouts threaten
Fast forward to today: The result of all the government meddling is becoming glaringly clear: the country now finds itself on the verge of blackouts due to grid instability, has the highest electricity prices in the world, relies more on imports and is not even close to meeting its emissions targets.

Germany’s rickety and moody power grid now threatens the entire European power grid stability, as we recently witnessed.

read the rest

Germany struggles to keep the lights on, looks for a law to prevent its power grid from crashing.
ahhh
From the people who caused the problem in the first place
theyll be rioting by candle light shortly




For idiots, yes.
 

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Merkle Energy! The Sun is light enough!
many riots going on in Germany ? over lockdowns ?
No trace of riots. Most even agree.
protests ?
i watch them drag away old people in the former United Kingdom ....for not wearing masks and for being out in public

they were rioting in france an spain ....could of been darkies

frau merkel has almost finished yas off ...Germany is even a turn off for business and investors ...its lost its appeal ...

PolitikStube:

the whole western world is going down
Maybe on weekends but I dont follow it. Check out her YT-channel to be up to date:
 

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This is actually good news! Infrastructure has never been a good idea. It was Hitler's electricity grid and highway system that helped the entente too to run Germany over in only weeks.

Countries like Poland, Romania, Nigeria can't even be conquered because the invading army will run out of power first.

Oh I understand! Germany will never allow America to enter its land again, the Biden Harris forces will find no working charging stations to plug in their electric tanks!

Excellent strategy!

And you think the German are stupid?
 

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