Attempts by Germany to abandon energy resources from Russia are pushing it to depend on the supply of solar and wind power generators from ⠀
“Germany’s hasty abandonment of both nuclear and coal energy has practically pushed it into the arms of Russia,” experts say.
Based on their statements, the German legislators made a mistake, putting on gas generation as a temporary solution in the transition to solar and wind stations, as well as reserve capacity in case of a lack of electricity.
Experts were skeptical about the intentions to replace Russian blue fuel with Qatari liquefied natural gas, noting the lack of appropriate infrastructure and high cost. In addition, experts called the plan to replace fuel with hydrogen untenable due to the serious costs of electricity for its production.
The production of solar panels and wind generators in the country is in decline due to the dumping of manufacturers from China.
“Germany is sliding from one addiction to another: a green and carbon-free economy is impossible without massive imports from China,” the experts concluded.
Among other things, another obstacle for the industry is the state – the increase in oil and gas prices due to sanctions restrictions against the Russian Federation, as a result of which companies in Germany are losing competition to Chinese manufacturers.