Renewable energy expansion is progressing: for the first time, green energy in Germany is more energy-efficient than conventional electric energy. This is generated through a report on the Monitoring of the Federal Bureau of Letters and the Network Agency.
Renewable energy, therefore, was 112.5 gigawatts in 2017, including 105.1 gigawatt of coal-fired power stations, nuclear power stations and other facilities. In 2016, the ratio was 104.5 gigawatts for green energy and 107.5 gigawatt for conventional generations.
Wind energy or solar systems rarely stand out due to the sun, coal, gas or nuclear power plant, as a result of the current energy generation. 601.7 terawatt hours (TWh) in 2017, 204.8 were only about one third of renewable TWh sources, from 396.6 TWh from conventional sources.
The price of electricity remains stable
Good news for consumers: according to the study, the average electricity price of household appliances remained stable on April 1, 2018, on April 1, 2018, at 29.88 cents a day for 29,88 cents, for the market economy. In a positive situation, the costs of the network have been declined.
Jochen Homann, the Federal Network Agency, compared the offers presented to consumers. "Changing the electricity supplier can often save a lot of money," he said. "In this sense, it is not understandable that the switching rate of the customer's electricity chain stays".