Germany has most of its winter emergency power reserves: regulator

FRANKFURT (Reuters) – Germany has secured 2,022 megawatts (MW) of the 2,540 MW emergency electricity capacity it needs to get through the winter, the energy regulator said on Monday, confirming a forecast that possible shortages were being managed.

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