When the wind blows enough to stifle wholesale prices in Germany, but not in the Netherlands

The Netherlands has one of the most interconnected electricity markets of the world, with a total cross-border capacity which will grow to a whopping 11GW within a few years. This means that a very significant portion of the country’s demand can be imported or exported depending on the time of day, and that the remaining part can be generated with solar or wind capacity.

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