The Poles have limited power imports from Germany in order to reduce “loop flows” through the country. Now, grid experts warn they may no longer have generation and power import capacity to meet demand.
The crisis gripping Europe’s biggest coal mining company has been brewing for a long time.
Central Europe are in the process of making profound mistakes concerning their energy supplies, which will cost these countries dearly for decades to come.
How are Germany’s Eastern neighbors Poland and the Czech Republic reacting to the German renewable energy surge? Badly, but without sound evidence.