Germany’s €4.35 bln lignite compensation scheme based on “flawed assumptions” -report
Germany’s compensation scheme to support the phaseout of lignite by 2038 is based on “flawed assumptions”, including a carbon price well below what utilities will likely pay for hedging costs, according to an NGO-commissioned report released over the weekend.
(Updates with reaction from the German federal economy ministry.)
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