The growing cost of Germany's feed-in tariffs

Average German household electricity prices are the second highest in Europe due to a multitude of government imposed taxes and charges. Rising electricity prices mean feed-in tariffs are under increasing scrutiny.

High German retail electricity prices add to the burden of supporting renewable energy and bring closer the end of outright financial support for wind and solar power.

German policymakers are seeking ways to cut household electricity bills and address concern among voters ahead of an election expected in September.


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