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Germany`s Security Of Power Supply Secure


Germany's energy watchdog on Friday rebuffed fears that a shortage of Russian gas would lead to large-scale power blackouts in Europe's largest economy.

  • "Electricity supply in Germany is very secure. There are numerous mechanisms and reserves to keep the power grid stable even in tense situations," Bnetza President Klaus Mueller told Reuters.
  • "We consider uncontrolled and widespread power outages to be very unlikely. We also consider the probability of forced shutdowns becoming necessary in winter to be low."

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