The lights will go out soon
According to a recently published report, the government in Berlin is assuming a secure power supply. Solar and wind power and electricity imports should ensure this. However, analysts, utilities, grid operators and some companies doubt reliable electricity capacities. For this reason, some describe Germany's nuclear phase-out as a tightrope walk without a safety net.
The fact is that things are not looking up to the best in terms of electricity capacity in Europe. She's sinking almost everywhere. And there is still a lack of electricity storage in Germany: The transport of renewable energy from north to south is expected to be years and thousands of kilometres behind schedule.
The four German transmission system operators - they operate the infrastructure of the supraregional electricity grids - forecast a deficit of 5.5 GW between peak demand and reliable capacity for 2021. This affects the electricity supply of 13 to 14 million people. Germany's peak demand amounts to 82 GW. According to the government, the increasing green energy and the electricity import possibilities should be sufficient for a smooth energy supply.
Countries that continue to rely on clean nuclear power, and there are very many of them, should not have to worry. And this is where the companies that possess the uranium necessary for nuclear power plants come into play, such as Fission 3.0.
Fission 3.0 - http://www.commodity-tv.net/c/search_adv/?v=299215 - focuses on the acquisition and exploration of high quality uranium deposits in the Athabasca Basin in Saskatchewan, Canada. These include the Patterson Lake North uranium project and the Cree Bay uranium project. Fission 3.0 in Peru owns further projects.
Raw materials such as cobalt are needed for the topic of electricity storage, which is closely linked to the topic of electricity. First Cobalt owns it, for example on its most important project, the Iron Creek Cobalt Project in Idaho. The big plus of First Cobalt is the ownership of the only licensed cobalt refinery in North America. First Cobalt - http://www.commodity-tv.net/c/search_adv/?v=299213 - has just agreed a restart for this with Glencore.
Current company information and press releases from Fission 3.0 (https://www.resource-capital.ch/en/companies/fission-30-corp/) and First Cobalt (https://www.resource-capital.ch/en/companies/first-cobalt-corp/).
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