Press Release: The Government Needs to Consider the Social Costs of Laying New Power Lines

The German Federal Ministry for Economic Affairs and Energy is planning to work together with the state governments to speed up the expansion of Germany’s electricity grid by significantly reducing the length of the planning process for the laying of new power lines such as the Südlink and Südostlink. With this purpose in mind, the government intends to pass a new law to cut through some of the bureaucratic red tape and ultimately allow Germany to take some major strides forward in its planned energy transition. Professor Vitali Gretschko, head of the Research Group “Market Design” at the Centre for European Economic Research , Mannheim, shares his view on the government’s plans.

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