Sumary of Three lessons from the electricity crisis:
- John MüllerCONTINUE Updated:09/15/2021 22: 04h KeepThe electricity price crisis is leaving unforgettable lessons.
- One of the most surprising things about the rise in the electricity bill is the speed with which Sánchez has forgotten about this gap and has started to dismantle the energy taxation that supposes the half the price we paid.
- ” Thanks to these swamps, Spain has three times more installed hydraulic generation capacity than Germany and slightly exceeds that of Sweden, a country that produces more than half of its electricity through this medium.
- Third lesson: German hypocrisy that despite its green speech and intense anti-nuclear propaganda, projecting its example to all other European countries, continues to use coal – and not the most expensive and volatile natural gas – to produce its electricity.