Germany, home to by far the most dynamic wind market in the world, is slowly liberalising its electricity business in readiness for the launch next year of the European Union's Internal Electricity Market. Unlike its neighbours, Germany has shunned both regulation of its new free market and any form of trading exchange for establishing the market price of electricity. How wind will fare in this strange new world is the subject of our focus article this month. Amidst confusion and uncertainty, fair access to the grid is looming as a major prerequisite for access to free market customers.
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