The decommissioning of Europe’s thermal power plants throughout 2017 has been only partly offset by new and inflexible renewable generation, the European Network of Transmission System Operators for Electricity (ENTSO-E) says.
Thermal capacity such as coal- and gas-fired plants continued to be phased out throughout 2017, according to ENTSO-E’s power adequacy outlook for 2017/2018. And although the expansion of renewables continued, more intermittent supply from wind and solar...
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