“Exporting the Energiewende will be a challenge for Germany”
The German energy transition needs to be “internationalised” if it is to be successful, as Germany’s Energiewende will continue to have an impact on energy markets of its electrical neighbours and beyond, writes Nick Butler of the Financial Times. The impact on markets, and on utilities, such as Germany’s E.ON, won’t be isolated, he writes. “As E.ON and the other German utilities have found over the last decade, the Energiewende is a cumulative process that over time transforms the whole market and sweeps away the apparent certainties of existing business models.“
Read a CLEW dossier about German utilities and the Energiewende here.