German Utilities Prepare to Turn on Coal Plants Amid Gas Crisis
WORLD · BUSINESS · POLITICS
June 23, 20222 min read302 words
Published: June 23, 2022  |  2 min read302 words
Germany’s biggest utilities are working to revive their coal operations as Europe’s biggest economy turns to the dirtier fuel in a bid to reduce the use of natural gas for electricity generation. EnBW Energie Baden-Wuerttemberg AG is finalizing the procuring and transportation ...
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Surface Level
Jun 23
Article reads like predictable table-top discussion about the folly of alternative energy and the inevitable austerity required of the people. It would be nice to have names, other than Putin, of policy makers that created the crisis situation.
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4 days ago
Good explanation of why Germany is resorting to going back to coal amid the environmnental concerns.
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The article does a good job explaining why the use of coal is frowned upon but necessary in this political environment.
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Jun 23
The article is accurate and balanced in its report, but it is also very surface level and does not dive deep into any of the root issues that are relevant to the situation it covers.
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