For the first time in 17 years, Germany became a net electricity importer in 2023, largely due to expensive fossil fuels which meant power from its neighbours was cheaper than that domestically generated. Carbon emissions in the country also plummeted but is the drop permanent as the country looks to transform its power system? Listen to a discussion on the choices facing Germany and the pros and cons of splitting its single power market zone.
Host: Snjólfur Richard Sverrisson, Editor-in-Chief, Montel
Guest: Fabian Huneke, Project Lead Energy Transition, Agora Energiewend