“The next ten years are unlikely to be a time of plenty for Germany. Diversifying our energy supply will be arduous and costly. In the short term, we must restart our coal plants, even though this will set the country back in its ambition to reduce global warming. The decision to phase out nuclear energy was an enormous mistake. It is hastening Germany’s deindustrialisation and has made us more dependent on Russian gas than ever,” writes Leon Holly.
Just a couple of months ago, anyone who had seriously wondered whether the German energy grid might collapse would have been derided as a doom-monger. Only survivalist preppers and other…View Post