Energy “Planning” in Germany Damages The Economy

Germany risks “deindustrialization” as high energy costs threaten to send new factories and high-paying jobs elsewhere.

Europe’s Energy Worries Grow

Europe’s Energy Worries Grow

Europe’s energy shortages – exacerbated by Russia’s invasion of Ukraine – were originally caused by low wind resources, increased demand from COVID lockdowns, and cut backs of natural gas by Russia. Despite putting Europeans in energy poverty, the EU and UK are keeping to their energy transition rushing into wind and solar power, rather than using domestically produced oil, natural gas, and coal.

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