MOSCOW, 26 Sep — PRIME. German energy company RWE is preparing three lignite-fired power plants to restart to provide enough power during the winter, Reuters reported, citing a company spokesman.
German company RWE on Monday said it was preparing three lignite power plants, Neurath C and Niederaussem E and F, to restart in accordance with the relevant law to ensure sufficient capacity during the winter period.
The Berlin government has yet to officially finalize the terms, but RWE suggests that the restart of the blocks could take place in early October, according to a company spokesperson.
In addition, the agency adds that these stations were selected back in May to come online alongside idle or shutdown lignite, hard coal and oil facilities operated by RWE and other utilities in the event of a gas supply disruption. what became a reality after the start of the special operation in Ukraine.
RWE AG is one of the five largest energy concerns in Europe. Engaged in the supply and sale of electricity and gas to European countries.