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Investitionen der öffentlichen Elektrizitätsversorgung weiter rückläufig


  • Hans-Dieter Karl


Die deutschen Elektrizitätsversorgungsunternehmen (EVU) haben 1997 mit knapp 11,6 Mrd. DM um 14% weniger investiert als 1996. Das ergab die im Frühjahr 1998 gemeinsam von der Vereinigung Deutscher Elektrizitätswerke (VDEW) und dem ifo Institut durchgeführte Investitionserhebung. Für 1998 hatten die EVU Investitionen von 11,9 Mrd. DM geplant. Da der Anlagenbestand ziemlich modern ist und der Stromverbrauch nur noch langsam steigt, wollen die EVU ihre Investitionen mittelfristig deutlich zurückführen. Derzeit sehen die Pläne für 2002 Ausgaben für neue Anlagen in Höhe von rund 8 Mrd. DM vor.

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  • Hans-Dieter Karl, 1998. "Investitionen der öffentlichen Elektrizitätsversorgung weiter rückläufig," ifo Schnelldienst, ifo Institute - Leibniz Institute for Economic Research at the University of Munich, vol. 51(36), pages 16-23, October.
  • Handle: RePEc:ces:ifosdt:v:51:y:1998:i:36:p:16-23

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