Like Texas, after their debate about capacity markets in 2013, they are planning to let prices go where they will, to encourage market investment as needed. They did create a "capacity reserve" of plants equal to 5 percent of peak demand, which will be dispatched only when operating margins are too tight. (And in a sop to the lignite industry they are putting a number of lignite plants into a four year retirement plan before decommissioning.)
But all in all, Germany has decided to let the free market solve the financial aspects of the Energiewende.
You can read more in my article in POWER Magazine.