Germany to Propose Renewable-Energy S...

Germany to Propose Renewable-Energy Subsidy Changes in March

There are 1 comment on the Energy Tribune story from Dec 19, 2012, titled Germany to Propose Renewable-Energy Subsidy Changes in March. In it, Energy Tribune reports that:

Germany , Europe 's biggest power market, plans to propose changes to its clean-energy subsidy system in March to reduce the cost of building wind farms and solar parks as it shutters nuclear reactors.

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Saarbrücken, Germany

#1 Dec 20, 2012
Very good Germany!! Again taking the role of the futuristic, modern leader. By 2020 Germany will have 100% energy from renewable sources - more than 30 years earlier then any other country. They are currently helping Japan to make it too.

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