Benedikt Müller-Arnold, Düsseldorf
In reality, the roles in RWE seemed to be spread: the future of Germany’s largest electricity producer should go through wind and solar farms, which already contribute half of the group’s profits. Gas power plants should form the reserve for windless and sunless times. And then RWE still has the lignite mining in the Rhineland, the connected piles and one last nuclear power plant. But these are discontinued models, the end of which is sealed.