After months of low water on Germany’s rivers, levels on the main transport artery the Rhine have fallen again to near-record lows seen mid-October causing more utilities to warn about dwindling coal stocks. Receive daily email alerts, subscriber notes & personalize your experience. Register Now Utility Uniper issued a market message Thursday saying that due to the “tight coal delivery situation the power plant Scholven B and C is strongly affected until further notice.” Though focus is mostly on the Rhine, transport on other German rivers has become difficult, too. Vattenfall said throughout Germany coal transport would be difficult, affecting its sites Reuter, Reuter W and Moabit in Berlin. RWE and EnBW have been warning since August about delivery issues to some of their plants with the latter […]