Energy crisis is the beginning of the end for the EU!

Excelling in decisiveness

The European Union and its leaders are meeting together with Elon Musk and other big shot elites of this world in Norway, to discuss natural gas and electricity prices. I specifically use the word “discuss”, because that’s all what is happening. No decisions are made, and they haven’t been made in the last few years either.

The energy policy in Europe has been the Achilles heel all the time. Prices are determined by the most expensive producer, not by the market. The craziest system I ever heard of. In the meantime the EU leaders have been pushing to close the cheapest form of energy, nuclear power plants. Now, in a sudden hurry, the plants suddenly need to stay open, after years of closing them one by one.

The beginning of the end

The Coronavirus policy was a disaster by the European Union, but now they are really pulling the wrong strings. As after their freedom, people are now being robbed in disguise. The energy producers are cashing enormously and are not decently taxed. This won’t be accepted by the people anymore. Their freedom was taken away, but now their money, the step too much in my opinion.

It is a matter of time before the European Union crumbles apart!

Sincerely,

Pele23



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Fucke the EU. I don't need it and neither of us does. Every country has to have its soveregnity. Too much-centralized power is damaging.

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The EU is not a relevant player in energy policy. Practically everything about energy is decided on the national level. It becomes completely obvious when you look at how different the energy mixes of the different member countries have.

Nordpool is the organization that handles the Western European common electricity market. It has several separate bidding areas where the spot price of electricity varies widely.

Also, different EU member countries had very different approaches to Covid-19.

You're simply barking up the wrong tree here.

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It seems to me that we won’t get along very well. There’s nothing wrong with that. I maybe oversimplified things, but fact is that the price setting was and is determined by the most expensive producer…

What COVID concerns, the most measures were similar in all countries, with minor detailed differences. You can bark up any tree you want!

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The EU is, however, an entity whose fault any of those things are.

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By the way, nothing personal. I have nothing against you despite disagreeing on some issues.

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The EU did not dictate the Covid measures. And each country in Europe had a different approach. Most of the densely populated countries that were hard hit in the initial wave in the spring of 2020 had mask mandates even outdoors whereas the sparsely populated north didn't have them at any stage.

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Things do need to change regarding the energy crisis as there are solutions for every country that don't need to be over priced.

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We are living in a time when we need to find free and unlimited power sources of energy.

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