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- No Reference -1 – Why the EnergiewendeFighting climate changeReducing energy importsStimulating technology innovation and the green economyReducing and eliminating the risks of nuclear powerStrengthening energy securityStrengthening local economies and providing social justice2 – Technology as a key issueEfficiencyLess electricity from coalWind powerBiomassPhotovoltaicsOther renewables3 – Policies for clean energyNuclear phaseoutRenewable Energy Act with feed-in tariffsEmissions tradingEnvironmental taxationCogeneration ActRenewable Energy Heating Act and Market Incentive Program (MAP)4 – History of the EnergiewendeTimeline EnergiewendeOrigin of the term "Energiewende"Wyhl – the nuclear plant that never wasThe oil crisisChernobyl – change comes slowlyFull-cost compensation for photovoltaics5 – International perspectivesRenewables in South Africa: The need for a developmental caseThere's more renewables in the PhilippinesGermany supports regional renewables – Will the Czech Republic get onboard?Jordan seeks a “solar-torch” from GermanyTransatlantic Take-Away: Political Will is more important than Pure ResourcesThe Energiewende – blueprint for the energy transition in Japan?6 – Questions & AnswersIs the energy transition affordable?Will the lights go out?Will the energy transition kill jobs?Didn't Germany overreact to Fukushima?How will Germany ensure that the poor can still afford energy?Won't the nuclear phaseout increase Germany's carbon emissions?
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