U.S. Energy Policy Should Take a Lesson From Germany’s Energiewende – Bloomberg

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U.S. Energy Policy Should Take a Lesson From Germany’s Energiewende
Bloomberg
“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.

UtilityTree‘s insight:

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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