What Will Germans Do without Russian Gas?

Ryan and Tho talk with Mises.org author and German native Rosanna Weber about the energy crisis in Germany. German policymakers have greatly worsened the ongoing energy crisis in Germany by abandoning nuclear energy and taking a hard line on Russian natural gas. Now with the damage done to the Nord Stream pipeline, German consumers face even fewer options as winter approaches. 

Rosanna Weber is a graduate student in Economic History at the London School of Economics and a freelance journalist.

Recommended Reading

“Germany’s Nuclear Choice: Russian Energy Crisis Forces a Reckoning” by Rosanna Weber: Mises.org/RR_101_A

“Eat or Heat: Europeans Already Are Facing Previously Unthinkable Dilemmas” by Claudio Grass: Mises.org/RR_101_B

“Europe Ditched Russian Energy. Now People Are Sitting in Line For Days to Buy Coal. Is Biden to Blame?” by Alice Salles: Mises.org/RR_101_C

“Germany’s (and Europe’s) Self-Inflicted Upcoming Energy Crunch” by Weimin Chen: Mises.org/RR_101_D

“The ‘Stunning Success’ of the Green Revolution Is Yet Another Progressive Myth” by Kristoffer Mousten Hansen: Mises.org/RR_101_E

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