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The German government aims to
increase the share of renewable energy in the country’s total electric power
consumption from some 30 percent today to 45 percent by 2025. This aggressive
drive toward Energiewende has already
caused serious instability in the country’s electricity generation system and pushed
energy prices upward. In the longer term, the policy endangers Germany’s
position as Europe’s prime manufacturing nation. Fortunately, citizens have
begun to take notice.
Professor Dr. Fritz Vahrenholt
Durban diary- snippets from the United Nations climate change conference in Durban, South Africa. Social media is breaking down the barriers at the United Nations with the first Twitter question and South Africa asking for new technology including the iPad3.
TECHNOLOGY transfer - offering technology from the developed cou...
Barun S. Mitra