Sharp rise in energy prices: who pays the electricity bill?

Nobody saw this energy crisis, fueled by the gas price, coming with such force. The rising demand in Asia for liquefied natural gas, for LNG, breakdowns due to maintenance work in Europe, the stoic insistence on the agreed quantities of long-term contracts by Europe’s number one gas supplier, Gazprom. All of this drove up the […]

Sharp rise in energy prices: who pays the electricity bill?

Weimar, where German history collides — Notes from Camelid Country

There is no more potent symbol of the disaster that befell Germany when the Nazis came to power than the city that defines Germany’s Age of Enlightenment. During the 18th century’s Age of Reason, as it was also known, Weimar was the absolute epicenter of one of the greatest cultural flourishings Europe has known. It […]

Weimar, where German history collides — Notes from Camelid Country