‘Green’ Carnage Study: In 2019 US Wind Turbines Killed 3.7 Million Bats – And This Is A Gross Underestimate

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豆豆小说网It is estimated that North American migratory bat populations will decline by 90% over the next 50 years due to the expanding presence of wind turbines (Frick et al., 2017). As of 2015, about 25% of North American bat species were already considered vulnerable or endangered (Hammerson et al., 2017).

Image Source: Frick et al., 2017 and Hammerson et al., 2017

A harrowing new study suggests researchers may be vastly underestimating wind turbine bat fatalities due to biased-low carcass detection practices.

Smallwood and Bell (2020) report that dogs perform far better than humans at locating bat carcasses, but even dogs miss 3 out of every 4 bats observed colliding with wind turbines. This is because a) injured bats may temporarily recover enough to fly 10s of meters away from the collision site, and b) because scavengers can quickly collect the freshly dead or injured bats before dogs (and humans) can recover them.

Consequently, the 1.7 to 3.7 million bats killed by U.S. wind turbines each year (2019) may be a vast underestimate. Smallwood and Bell suggest the real death numbers are likely 4 to 7 times higher than that.

At this rate, the extinction clock for North American bats may not be 50 years off, but only a decade or two away.

Image Source: Smallwood and Bell, 2020
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The Weather Channel’s Bogus Forecast Of 40°C Heat…Also “Record Hot Summer” Forecast Looking Fake

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Nowadays as soon as there’s any hint of some heat in the forecast, the European press immediately jump to holler a “record hot” summer is in the pipeline. Brace yourselves!

A total miss

For example, just last week The Weather Channel Germany warned of 40°C temperatures for Germany, probably after some model results sniffed out the possibility of very hot weather 7-10 days out – and likely based on model inputs that everyone knew were going to change, anyway. Certainly they had to know that.

But today the temptation to put out spectacular headlines, even when based on very little, is greater than it’s ever been.

“Tropical nights, extreme heat over the day,” The Weather Channel Deutschland blared a week ago, even though most models showed nothing of the sort. And now that the extreme heat is supposed to have arrived, here’s today’s forecast for Hanover for the next 10 days:

Image: Kachelmannwetter

30°C, not 40°C

Surprise! Not a single model even shows Hanover exceeding 30°C this week, when the 40°C heat wave was supposed to have “rolled in”. But last week’s forecast got some headlines, and that’s all that matters in these times of rampant fake news.

Forecast of record summer looks to fail big as well

As far as forecasts of another record summer this year for Europe go, that too appears to be a complete washout. Yesterday Swiss meteorologist J?rg Kachelmann tweeted the ECMWF 45-day forecast for Europe (until the start of August):

Though there’s heat up in northern Europe currently, the ECMWF shows a cooling-off by day 10, and a coming 45-day summer period that’s just run-of-the-mill. So, the headline-seeking forecasts of a “another record hot summer” heard earlier in the media are turning out to be BOGUS.

No hot summer (for Austria)

Also Austrian weather site wetter.at here reports: “Certainly not a hot summer this year” and “A lot of rain is still to be expected”.

Wetter.at adds: “According to the experts of the Central Institute for Meteorology and Geodynamics (ZAMG), this mix of sun and rain should continue throughout the summer. In any case, there should not be a hot summer this year.”

“It does not look like it will be a hot summer”, expert Claudia Riedl told the Ober?sterreichische Nachrichten. Instead, the meteorologist expects a “normal, typically Austrian summer”.




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Systemic Data Tampering: NASA GISS Alters US Southeast Data, Changes Cooling To Warming

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By Kirye
and P. Gosselin

Today we look at the NASA data from 6 stations from the US southeast region. In every case the trends were warmed up by what NASA calls “adjusting”.

Four of the 6 stations showed a clear cooling trend, which were then altered by NASA to show warming. Another station saw its flat trend turned into warming, and a another station had only modest warming but was altered to show stronger warming.? This is how NASA tells us the US has been warming over the past century, when in fact it really hasn’t warmed much.

NASA’s own data tell the story.

First we look at Greensboro, Alabama. Here we see how warm it was in the 1930s, 1940s and 1950s, but look what happened once NASA GISS scientists got their hands on the data:

Data source: NASA GISS

in Newnan Georgia, NASA simply dropped all the inconvenient warm readings of the early 20th century, see below. A cooling trend disappeared Orwellian style:

Data source: NASA GISS

In Hattiesburg, Mississippi, cooling was also altered to produce warming. It has nothing to do with CO2, but instead has everything to do with fudging historical data:

Data source: NASA GISS

If these types of people are capable of unabashedly rewriting history, imagine what they wouldn’t think twice about at the ballot boxes this coming November. Look at what they did to the data from the Little Mountain station in South Carolina:

Presto! First you see the cooling, now you don’t. It’s all been doctored. Data source: NASA GISS

Well, at least there wasn’t any cooling recorded at the station of Cullowhee, North Carolina, as the next chart shows. But NASA insists that it has to be some warming, and so cooled the early data so that we get a warming trend.

Data source: NASA GISS

Finally we look at what NASA did to the temperature data from Lake City, Florida, below. A clear cooling trend was altered to show warming. NASA GISS scientists obviously have no scruples about turning historical records into modern lies. Anyone else would be put on the dock for such deceit – at least intensely investigated.

Data source: NASA GISS

But NASA GISS scientists get away with it because they’re “experts”, we are told, and so who are we to question them – no matter how fishy it all appears? There’s no one to really police them. Unless this stops, very dark tyrannical times lie ahead for us. The alterations are systemic.

UPDATE; And here’s the plots for a station in Tennessee (no surprise here either):

 




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Greenland’s Kilometers-Thick Ice Sheet Routinely Disappears (‘Ice-Free’) When CO2 Levels Hover Below 280 ppm

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There is no apparent connection between Greenland’s ice melt and atmospheric CO2 concentrations.

The ice that blankets Greenland today stands over 3 kilometers high. This ice volume can almost completely vanish – with just a tiny ice cap in the eastern highlands remaining – when CO2 concentrations only reach pre-1750 levels, or 260 to 280 ppm.

For about 280,000 of the last 2.6 million years (encompassing the Pleistocene Ice Age), Greenland was ice-free (Schaefer et al., 2016).

Image Source: Schaefer et al., 2016

For the last few centuries, the volume of ice on the Greenland ice sheet has been much larger than it has been for all of the last 10,000 years (Mikkelson et al., 2018).

Image Source:?Mikkelson et al., 2018

Axford et al., 2019?found NW Greenland’s “outlet glaciers were smaller than today from ~9.4 to 0.2 ka BP” (9,400 to 200 years before 1950), and that “most of the land-based margin reached its maximum Holocene extent in the last millennium and likely the last few hundred years.”

“We infer based upon lake sediment organic and biogenic content that in response to declining temperatures,?North Ice Cap reached its present-day size ~1850 AD, having been smaller than present through most of the preceding Holocene.”

Greenland was 2.5°C to 3°C warmer than modern on average during the Holocene Thermal Maximum, and peak temperatures were 4°C to 7°C warmer.

Image Source:?Axford et al., 2019

The ice melt at the interior of the Greenland ice sheet is flowing more slowly today than it has for 95% of the last 9,000 years – with the Little Ice Age the only period with less ice flow (MacGregor et al., 2016).

Image Source:?MacGregor et al., 2016?and?AAAS press release
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No Changes Behind The Changes: New Findings Show Europe Climate Driven By Westerly Winds For 14.5 Million Years!

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From the Atlantic to the Alps: westerly winds have determined the climate in Central Europe for 14.5 million years

(Translated/edited from the German by P. Gosselin)

Sabine Wendler of the Senckenberg Biodiversity and Climate Research Centre Press Office
Senckenberg Research Institute and Nature Museums

Senckenberg scientists in Germany have just studied the climate optimum of the Middle Miocene in Central Europe 17 to 14 million years ago. At the end of this long warm period, there was a global cooling that was much faster and more dramatic on land than in the ocean.

This is what the team currently reports in the journal “Scientific Reports” of the Nature Group.

At the same time, a precipitation pattern was established in Central Europe that corresponds to the one of today. According to this, the westerly wind system influenced by the North Atlantic has been one of the main drivers of the Central European climate ever since, and thus three million years earlier than previously assumed.

Crocodiles and chameleons camp under palm trees in the foothills of the Alps – what seems fantastic today was reality 16 million years ago. At that time, Central Europe had a subtropical, warm and humid climate with an average annual temperature of up to twenty degrees Celsius and frequent precipitation. The warm period of that time, the climate optimum of the middle Miocene, is from today’s point of view quite an analogy for our future climate development. However, as is already known from the analysis of marine sediments, the “eternal summer” of the Middle Miocene was over about two million years later (14 million years ago).

Senckenberg scientists now provide the first evidence that the end of the climate optimum was much more dramatic on land than in the ocean. “Between 14.48 million and 14.13 million years ago today – in a period of just 350,000 years – the temperature sank rapidly. From a geological point of view, that’s extremely short for such a temperature drop. We know from marine sediments that the sea, more slowly and gradually, cooled down by only one to six degrees,” explains Dr. Katharina Methner from the Senckenberg Biodiversity and Climate Research Centre.

The warm anomaly in the Middle Miocene and its rapid end in Central Europe left its imprint in carbonates that were then formed in soils. Such “fossil soils” are found, for example, at the edge of the North Alpine foreland basin in Switzerland, where they were sampled by Methner and her colleagues*.

The geoscientists reconstructed? how warm the soils became during carbonate formation in the soil using geochemical methods based on the distribution of carbon and oxygen isotopes in the carbonate. “With the help of isotope geochemistry, it can be deduced from such carbonates that the temperature curve in the Alpine foreland was extremely dynamic during the climate optimum in the Middle Miocene,” says Prof. Dr. Andreas Mulch, Senckenberg Biodiversity and Climate Research Centre and Goethe University.

Surprisingly, the results also show that the precipitation seasonality must have changed significantly before 14.5 million. During the cooling down period, it generally became drier in Central Europe. In addition, the distribution of precipitation over the year is now different. Most of the rain in Central Europe probably fell – as it still does today – in summer.

Strong North Atlantic influence

“This indicates a strong influence of the North Atlantic on the Central European climate. So the westerly wind system of today started at least 14.5 million years ago. That is three million years earlier than previously assumed,” explains Methner, adding: “Overall, the findings confirm how sensitively the climate system as a whole reacts: Temperature cannot be thought of without precipitation, terrestrial temperature cannot be thought of without marine climate, Central Europe cannot be thought of without the North Atlantic and thus without global climate!”

The climate optimum in the Middle Miocene, with high carbon dioxide levels, a high sea level and the reduced occurrence of sea ice, shows clear parallels to the climate change we are facing today. Nevertheless, little is known about this warm period and its end, in contrast to other warm periods in the history of the earth.

Climate changes “have occurred repeatedly throughout the history of the earth”

Methner says: “Climate changes in the form of fluctuations in temperature and precipitation have occurred repeatedly throughout the history of the earth. Only if we understand the dynamics and drivers of these fluctuations better can we estimate what the future holds. And we will contribute to this with our findings.”


Contact for scientific information:

Dr. Katharina Methner
Senckenberg Biodiversit?t und Klima Forschungszentrum & Stanford University
kmethner@stanford.edu

Prof. Andreas Mulch
Senckenberg Biodiversit?t und Klima Forschungszentrum & Goethe-Universit?t Frankfurt
Tel. +49 (0)69- 7542 1881
andreas.mulch@senckenberg.de


Original publication:

Methner, K.; Campani, M.; Fiebig, J.; L?ffler, N.; Kempf, O. and Mulch, A. (2020): Middle Miocene long-term continental temperature change in and out of pace with marine climate records, Scientific Reports, doi:10.1038/s41598-020-64743-5




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New German Study: E-Car Climate Benefits Based On “Great Miscalculation”…”Actually Exacerbate Global Warming”!

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The German online Business Insider here reports on just how climate (un)friendly electric cars really are. It concludes that e-cars in Germany are “far from being climate friendly”.

As much of the public already suspects, the electricity coming out of the German outlets today is still largely produced by fossil fuel plants. And so e-cars indeed leave a large carbon footprint.

Moreover all the mining of raw materials and the massive amounts of energy needed to produce the batteries in the first place means it takes a very long time before the electric car ends up with a better carbon budget than a comparably sized internal combustion engine.

And never mind other disadvantages such as long charging times, high vehicle purchase price and low range.

The claim that electric cars on Germany protect the climate is based on a “great miscalculation,” Kiel Institute for the World Economy finds. Image: here.?

“Actually exacerbate global warming”

A new study by Ulrich Schmidt, researcher at the Kiel Institute for the World Economy, concluded that electric cars do not contribute to climate protection, and in fact “actually exacerbate global warming if the current electricity mix is taken as a basis.”

The study found the point when electric mobility can contribute to climate protection is? still”far off”.

“Based on false assumptions”

Climate activists like insisting that the future of mobility belongs to electric cars, but the Kiel Institute for the World Economy researcher says that this is not so given Germany’s current power supply mix, which still relies heavily on coal. Claims that electric cars are clean are based on false assumptions, says Schmidt.

Business Insider writes:

As Schmidt points out in his study, a complete switch to e-mobility would increase electricity demand by almost 20 percent in the German automotive sector alone. This, in turn, would require more electricity generation from fossil fuels. Provided that availability is the same in both cases. This would considerably worsen the climate balance of e-cars.”

Schmidt adds: “Regardless of what you fill up your electric car with; from a macroeconomic perspective, it runs de facto on 100 percent electricity from fossil fuels, nowadays even 100 percent from coal. This means that electric cars do not contribute to climate protection, but actually make global warming worse.”

“40% fossil fuels in 2020”

This, Schmidt says, will remain true as long as the share of fossil fuels in the electricity mix remains above 20 percent. Business Insider points out that even the “EU Commission estimates that the share of fossil fuels will still be around 40 percent in 2050.”




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Meteorologists: “Tornado Season Is Tanking”…This Year Sahara Dust May Be “Inhibiting Factor” For Hurricanes!

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According to global warming catastrophists, climate change is good for everything that’s bad, and bad for all that is good.

So not surprisingly, many have been claiming for years that tornadoes will become ever stronger, more frequent and so devastating that we’ll be sorry for not listening. But as many of us are finding out, their claims are a real load of bullcrap. Everyone knows there are loads of other major factors at work. and they cannot be possibly ignored.

Tornado activity well below normal

40-year veteran meteorologist Joe Bastardi tweeted yesterday that tornado activity would be at a record low level right now had it not been for one single day of intense activity last April:

 

Naturally one season says nothing about the overall trend. Luckily we have annual data on tornado activity going back decades. Again some would have us believe that the trend is upward, meaning more tornadoes each and every year.

But the data tells us a different story:

In summary, when it comes to tornadoes in the US, if anything, the warming has had a diminishing effect on activity, and that’s good news.

Like Joe Bastardi says, “Remember that when the climate change hype with hurricanes starts.”

Speaking of this year’s hurricane season, many serious experts are warning that a stronger than normal season likely awaits us…due to natural oceanic cyclic patterns. The alarmists on the other hand of course will blame it on CO2.

Sahara dust to hamper Atlantic tropical storm formation

But one meteorologist says that currently there’s one factor acting to suppress tropical storm formation: Sahara dust.

Paul Dorian of Perspecta Weather reports:?

Sahara Desert dust is pushing across the Atlantic and it should reach all the way into the southern US…an inhibiting factor for tropical activity…possible brilliant sunsets.*

That would be great news for people living along the US coast, but more bad news for the alarmists.




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New Studies Suggests Sea Levels Are Lower Today Than They Were Even During The Little Ice Age

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Coastal history analyses increasingly suggest sea levels are lower today than at any time in the last 7000 years – even lower than the 1600s to 1800s.

Recently we compared cartology from the 17th to 19th centuries to direct aerial images of coastal positions today. Rather surprisingly, there seemed to be more land area below sea level a few hundred years ago.

For example,?an 1802 nautical map of New York City and Long Island?shows there may have been more open waters in this region during the Little Ice Age than in 2019.

Image Source:?Amazon.com

Shoreline analysis from India also suggests the coasts were further inland during the 1600s than they are today (M?rner, 2017).

Image Source: M?rner, 2017

In another new study, the borehole sea level history for the Italian port city of Salerno reveals the coast was hundreds of meters further inland compared to today’s 7000 years ago. Even 300 years ago the coast was still much further inland (Amato et al., 2020).

Image Source: Amato et al., 2020

Citing previous studies, another new paper has today’s sea levels about 2 to 3 meters lower than they were 4000 to 5000 years ago along the coasts of Brazil (Martins et al., 2020). And, again, today’s relative sea levels seem to be the lowest of the record – lower than the Little Ice Age.

Image Source: Martins et al., 2020
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Those Calling For Defunding Police Are Real Fools, Should Not Even Be Close To Any Public Office

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To all the morons out there who think we ought to defund the police and drag them through the mud. How stupid can you be?

Readers are welcome to add your own videos of police saving lives.

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Folly: Germany Plans To Convert Coal Power Plant To Burn 100-Year Old Trees In Minutes!

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German Coal Power Plants To Be Converted: To Burn Trees


Millions of trees to be shipped from around the world to Europe to be burned as “green coal”. Image cropped from “Planet of the Humans”

By
(Translated/edited by P. Gosselin)

On May 2, 2020, we reported on the movie Burned. In the USA, the focus is on biomass.

However, they do not ferment fast-growing plants into gas as is the case in Europe, rather they cut down trees and burn them in power plants – often together with other things like car tires or soaked railway ties.

The issue is controversial because it is about pure ideology. Climate organisations such as 350.org, which in the USA is like Fridays For Future (FFF) in Europe, have given their blessing to this type of power generation.

The film Planet of the Humans by Michael Moore also denounces this.

Converting CO2 sinks instantly into atmospheric CO2

And so the USA is losing valuable carbon sinks and biotopes, destroying its environment and lying to itself about sustainability and the climate. A tree that takes 50 – 100 years to become big and stately, but then is burned up in a few minutes, can never have a favorable climate balance, no matter how you calculate it. Trees are the new coal, it seems.

But anyone who thinks that this is only done in the USA, where huge forests and thus carbon sinks are destroyed, is mistaken.

“Madness”: German coal plant to be converted to burn trees

The online daily Weserkurier reports on a coal-fired power station in Wilhelmshaven (North Germany) that is to be converted to burn wood. This made Germany’s most famous forester, Peter Wohlleben (book “The Secret Life of Trees“) flash with anger on Twitter.

 

Wohlleben’s tweet in English:

The madness continues: although hundreds of scientists are warning against burning wood as a climate killer, politics and industry in Germany are backing forest destruction and want to convert coal-fired power plants.”

What Wohlleben means by madness could be the statements of Social Democrat Party member of parliament Siemtje M?ller. Her slogan on her own website: “Think about the climate too!”

“Green coal”

Siemtje M?ller is already thinking ahead. After all, the Wilhelmshaven site could eventually also produce hydrogen with the green coal. The stimulus for the technology, worth billions of euros, which has just been ratified, should also come to Wilhelmshaven.

“I’d like a fair share here,” says the Siemtje M?ller about the budget. In general, she sees the hydrogen initiative, the coal phase-out law and the structural transformation law as “a huge opportunity for the Northwest to enter the future”.

She calls trees “green coal” in all seriousness and then wants to use the energy from burnt trees to produce hydrogen. Does the federal hydrogen initiative mean something like that? Probably not. Destroying carbon sinks cannot possibly be a huge opportunity for the future.

Why does Ms. M?ller take her own slogan so little seriously?

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MIT’s Dr. Lindzen Pokes Fun At The ‘Na?ve’, Well-Funded ‘Scientific Reasoning’ That 1 Factor – CO2 – Controls Climate

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In a new paper, atmospheric physicist Dr. Richard Lindzen summarizes the “implausible” claims today’s proponents of dangerous anthropogenic global warming espouse.

Dr. Richard Lindzen retired several years ago, and yet his immense contribution to the atmospheric sciences lives on. His research is still cited about 600 times per year.

Lindzen recently published another scientific paper (Lindzen, 2020) in The European Physical Journal criticizing the current alarmism in climate science.? Here are a few of the highlights.

1. Doubling the atmospheric CO2 concentration from 280 ppm to 560 ppm results in just a 1-2% perturbation to the Earth’s 240 W/m? energy budget. This doubled-CO2 effect has less than 1/5th of the impact that the net cloud effect has. And yet we are asked to accept the “implausible” claim that change in one variable, CO2, is predominatly responsible for altering global temperatures.

2. A causal role for CO2 “cannot be claimed” for the glacial-to-interglacial warming events because CO2 variations follow rather than lead the temperature changes in paleoclimate records and the 100 ppm total increase over thousands of years produce “about 1 W/m?” of total radiative impact.

3. Climate science didn’t used to be alarmist prior to the late 1980s. Scientists were instead sufficiently skeptical about claims of climatically-induced planetary doom. That changed during the years 1988-1994, when climate research centered on CO2 and global warming received a 15-fold increase in funding in the US alone. Suddenly there was a great financial incentive to propel alarming global warming scenarios.

4. Concepts like “polar amplification” are “imaginary”.

“The change in equator-to-pole temperature difference was attributed to some imaginary ‘polar amplification,’ whereby the equator-pole temperature automatically followed the mean temperature. Although the analogy is hardly exact, this is not so different from assuming that flow in a pipe depends on the mean pressure rather than the pressure gradient.”

Image Source: Lindzen, 2020
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German Power Prices Climb 116% Since Year 2000 …Government Levies, Taxes Tripled!

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German online site Stromreport writes that since the year 2000 the average electricity price for private households has risen from 13.94 to 30.43 euro cents per kilowatt hour (2019).

German electricity prices for households are among the highest worldwide.

Image: Statista.com

The price increase has little to do with demand or markets, but almost everything to do with government interference. According to Stromreport, “Taxes, charges and levies have tripled since 2000 [from 5.19 to 16 cents]. In total, German government charges now account for more than half of the electricity price [52.5%].”

Electricity becoming a luxury

Annually hundreds of thousands of German households see their power cut off due to unpaid power bills. For example in 2018, the Tagesspiegel here reported: “In the past year, almost 344,000 households in Germany had their electricity turned off. This is according to the monitoring report of the Federal Network Agency on the electricity market.”

Of course the high prices hit the poor the hardest.

More price hikes in 2020

And things are not going to improve for Germany’s overburdened power consumers in 2020. Stromreport writes that?403 suppliers have already raised electricity prices by an average of 5.3% this year already, bringing the price to a whopping 30.43 cents per kilowatt-hour. “A 3-person household currently pays almost 89 euros for its electricity. That is 27% more than 10 years ago [69.09 euros].”

Now comes the CO2 charge

The price in 2020 is expected to reach 31.47 cents per kilowatt-hour. Also the wholesale prices for electricity are expected to rise in 2020, due to “rising CO2 prices”…”which will make electricity from coal and gas more expensive on the electricity exchange,” says Stromreport.

Another major component of the German power price are the green energy feed-in tariffs for power coming from, for example, wind and sun. German consumers pay 6.756 cents for kilowatt-hour.

Hat-tip: Die kalte Sonne.




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