When will gas and electricity finally be cheaper again?

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Handelsblatt editor Michael Scheppe (left) in conversation with EWE boss Stefan Dohler.

(Photo: Marc-Steffen Unger for Handelsblatt)

The energy exchange prices are currently well below the highs of the past year after the outbreak of war in Ukraine. The electricity price has fallen by around two thirds since December, and the daily gas price is back to the previous year’s level after record levels in autumn.

Consumers, on the other hand, receive regular mail from their energy supplier these days and have to pay more for electricity and gas. Why is that? And when will the price level ease up again for customers?

Handelsblatt editor Michael Scheppe discusses this in the third and last special episode of the Green & Energy podcast from the Handelsblatt Energy Summit in Berlin with Stefan Dohler, head of the north German energy supplier EWE.

Industry representative Kerstin Andreae, Chair of the Executive Board of the Federal Association of Energy and Water Industries (BDEW), will discuss why the expansion of renewables is stagnating and whether the industry is resting on the gains from fossil fuels.

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