Renewable energy surpasses nuclear, h...

Renewable energy surpasses nuclear, hard coal in Germany

There are 1 comment on the Politics in the Zeros story from Feb 12, 2012, titled Renewable energy surpasses nuclear, hard coal in Germany. In it, Politics in the Zeros reports that:

Germany produced more energy from renewable sources than from nuclear, hard-coal or gas-fired plants this year after boosting investments in projects from wind to biomass.

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Solarman

Yucca Valley, CA

#1 Feb 13, 2012
It will be interesting to see how the country handles baseload generation requirements as more energy is produced by "renewable" resources. Will there be more pumped hydro storage? Will they just keep relying on Lignite fired plants to supply baseload energy requirements? These are infrastructure changes that will need to be addressed sooner or later.

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