According to the newspaper’s report, the head of the German Federal Network Agency, Klaus Müller, said that gas emergency risks continue in the country. Rheinische Post.
“Wholesale gas prices, which had risen to over 300 euros per megawatt at the end of the summer, fell by nearly 50 euros. That’s a lot more than in 2021, but it’s the new normal. Muller said that we have to get used to higher prices, that the era of cheap energy from Russia is finally over.
According to the official, the German government cannot expect next winters to be as mild as last winter.
Klaus Müller, former head of the German Federal Network Agency (editor) declarationmay face gas shortages in Germany next winter.
According to the head of the German regulator, a reduction in wholesale electricity prices can only occur in six months or a year. According to Müller, the era of cheap energy from Russia is definitely over for Germany.
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