U.S. Energy Policy Should Take a Lesson From Germany’s Energiewende
“Energiewende” may not be a household word in the United States today, but U.S. citizens and policymakers are likely to hear more about it.
Germany already gets nearly 25 percent of its electricity from renewable sources, up from just under 7 percent thirteen years ago. That is no small feat. Germany is a manufacturing powerhouse: It’s the world’s fifth largest economy and third largest exporter.
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