The figure above shows that the electricity price in Sept. 2021 increased 3-4 times compared to the price during Sept. 2019 and 2020. Despite increasing the installed capacity of wind energy, the electricity prices is sky-rocketing when wind there is very little wind and by phasing out nuclear and coal.
Wind and solar electricity is overproducing electricity when it is not needed, destabilising the electric grid and produce very little when we have the largest demand, i.e. during a cold winter with high pressures (no wind). There is no chance to import electricity from wind and solar from neighbouring countries since the weather systems cover more or less whole Europe.