Q2 2013 Germany Power Report
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Q2 2013 Germany Power Report
BMI View: Following the government’s decision to phase out nuclear power in Germany, the costeffectiveness of other sources of electricity has come under scrutiny. Generous subsidies to promote the use of non-hydroelectric renewable are taking their toll on other sources of power generation. This combined with reduced demand, means that many utilities are reviewing the profitability of their thermal power stations. Firms are calling for a reform of the wholesale market; in February 2013, two government ministers unveiled plans to reduce subsidies for renewable energy, but Dena wants the government to go further, with a reform of Germany’s renewable energy act, the EEG. We stress that the government must not exclude thermal sources of power from the electricity generating mix if it wants to safeguard supply, but agree that reforms to the wholesale market are required.
The key trends and developments in the German electricity market are:
• Despite claims that prospects are weak for gas-fired power stations in Germany, in December 2012, RheinEnergie and Alstom signed a contract for the construction of a 450MW gas-fired combinedcycle heat and power plant in Cologne. It is scheduled to begin commercial operations in 2016.
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Table of Contents
Company Profile
Regional Overview
Developed States Industry Overview
Table: 2013 Regional Real GDP Growth Forecasts, % Change y-o-y
Table: Regional Real GDP Growth Forecasts, % Chg y-o-y
Table: Glossary Of Terms
Methodology And Sources
Industry Forecasts
Power Industry - Data Methodology
Generation and Consumption Data
Electricity Generating Capacity Data
Power Risk/Reward Ratings Methodology
Table: Power Risk/Reward Indicators

List of Tables

Table: Country Snapshot: Economic and Demographic Data
Table: Country Snapshot: Power Sector
Table: Germany Total Electricity Generation Data And Forecasts, 2011-2016
Table: Germany Total Electricity Generation Long-Term Forecasts, 2017-2022

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