Green light for German renewable energy bill

Plans to ramp up Germany’s renewable power use to 65% of total demand within a decade will soon become law after the country’s upper parliamentary house approved revisions to its renewable energy law that do not reflect the EU’s more ambitious 2030 climate target.

by Simon Pickstone

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