Heating: is the gas crisis over? Answers to the most important questions – economy
Falling prices, mild days, full gas storage facilities: it looks as if Germany’s energy problem has been solved for now. But is it really like that? Answers to the most important questions.
Michael Bauchmueller and Nakissa Salavati
The storage facilities are full, prices on the gas exchanges are falling and the days are getting longer: Spring is coming. “A gas shortage,” the Federal Network Agency recently wrote in its daily reports, “is increasingly unlikely.” One might think that the gas crisis in Germany is over. But what about when it gets really cold again? And will consumer prices also fall? Answers to the most important questions.