November 15 News: How Germany Set The Stage For A Renewable Energy Transition

From ThinkProgress Thu Nov 15 2012, 08:04:39

How did renewable energies of all kinds come to account for more than 25 percent of the power fed into Germany's grid--compared to just 6 percent in the United States? A new series takes a detailed look at how Germany set the stage for an massive energy transition. [Inside Climate News] With the expiration of [...]

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