Altmaier Should Provide Concept for Modern Coal-and Gas-Fired Plants

Berlin – Bavaria and Baden-Württemberg plan so hard for energy transition by Environment Minister Peter Altmaier (CDU) to task. The Bavarian Economics Minister Martin Zeil (FDP) and Baden-Württemberg Environment Minister Franz Saucer (Green) to throw the federal government in the newspaper “Die Welt” (Wednesday edition) inaction on the creation of spare capacity before the disconnected nuclear power plants.
Both countries require Altmaier to present concepts, such as the construction of conventional coal – and especially gas-fired plants can be promoted. Otherwise one would get massive supply problems, said Zeil. “Federal Ministry of Environment and Ministry of Agriculture must now work with the important areas to address conventional power plants and capacity mechanism and the ongoing process of discussion to finally produce a result.
Saucer said Altmaiers paper loses no word on how the federal government would provide incentives to the construction of new modern gas power plants which remains profitable. Needed are low-emission, efficient, flexible, connected and disconnected capacity.

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