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    1. Power Prices Go Negative in Germany Due to an Excess of Renewable Energy Sources

      Power Prices Go Negative in Germany Due to an Excess of Renewable Energy Sources

      Germany has invested an estimated 200 billion Euros over the past two decades to promote the production of cleaner electricity, with over a third of the country's energy production coming from renewable sources in 2016. While this may sound like a good thing, it does introduce problems for the electricity market, issues that have to be resolved to make energy grids based on renewable energy sources more viable.  

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