Germany is phasing out all of its nuclear and some of its coal capacity by 2022, as part of a move to a low-carbon, renewable focused economy.
This will tighten wholesale power supply in the country between 2023-2026. But what will step in to fill this gap?
There are three main sources of generation which could replace the outgoing capacity. In this new market insight, Roy Manuell examines what each could mean for both the German power mix and European wholesale prices in the coming years.
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