Unfinished Business

Hawkins, Nigel
May 2009
Utility Week;5/1/2009, p17
Trade Publication
The article focuses on the impact of political and economic-related events on power utilities in Germany in 2009. It notes that the effects of the recession are widely felt in the electricity sector. It mentions that major decisions, such as the upcoming general election on September 27, will have a long-term impact on the country's electricity system. It is also expected that key decisions are expected on the future of carbon dioxide emissions permits and how they should be allocated or bought.


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