Expensive electricity in Europe and persistent large coal dependence

Germany pays over three times as much for electricity as the USA and Canada. Other countries in Europe tend to pay double per kwh.

Germany could go to four times the price of US electricity by 2020.

There is misleading article on Bloomberg that discusses the planned elimination of coal usage in five European countries. However, those countries only represent 10% of coal usage in Europe.

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