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CEO of RWE confident in independence from Russian gas in 2025

Germany will gain independence from Russian gas by spring 2025, notes German energy giant.

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Germany seeks to scrap Russian altogether within a few years, and according to RWE, the biggest energy producer in the nation, this should be feasible by spring 2025 already, writes Reuters.

”If we expand quickly, we can make it by spring 2025. The supply problems might be somewhat manageable a year earlier,” says Chief Executive Officer of RWE Markus Krebber to German media Frankfurter Allgemeine Sonntagszeitung.

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