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Blamed for network instability

The poor functioning of European electricity markets was brought sharply into relief when transmission system operators in northern Europe decided to blame wind for overloading the networks. On closer investigation, wind power production is no more to blame than any other generation. Serious flaws in the market rules are at fault.

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