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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 powerEnergy securityStrengthening local economies and providing social justice2 – Technology as a key issueEfficiencyLess electricity from coalWind powerBiomassPhotovoltaics (PV)Other renewablesGrid and power storageFlexible power production (no more baseload)Energy by the people for the people3 – Policies for clean energyNuclear phase-outRenewable Energy Act with feed-in tariffsEmissions tradingEnvironmental taxationCogeneration ActRenewable Energy Heating Act and Market Incentive Program (MAP)Act on Accelerating Grid ExpansionEnergy-Conservation Ordinance (EnEV) and financial support schemesEcodesign/ErP DirectiveInternational Climate InitiativeAmendments to the Renewable Energy Sources Act (EEG) in 2014L – Coordination with the European Union4 – History of the EnergiewendeOrigin of the term "Energiewende"Wyhl – the nuclear plant that never wasThe oil crisisChernobyl – change comes slowlyFull-cost compensation for photovoltaicsEU court says feed-in tariffs are “not state aid”Renewable Energy Act (EEG)Timeline Energiewende5 – European perspectivesA – Energy Transition – Think EuropeanB – Poland’s Energiewende. No, not a Polish joke. A European transitionC – The frontrunner – is Denmark losing its position?D – Beyond the COP: the state of affairs of the French energy transitionE – Energy in the Czech Republic: baby steps forward, but nuclear plans still dominateF – Energy Transition in Spain – which way forward?G – Austria and its energy transition: Passive politicians as key riskH – Dazed and confused? The UK’s energy policy needs a sense of direction6 – International perspectivesOpportunity to Leapfrog into the Renewable Age – Is India on the Right Track?A Struggle between Coal and Renewable Energy in the PhilippinesIsrael: The "Energy Island's" Transition to Energy IndependenceIs Policy on Track for an Energiewende in Japan?Uruguay: Revolution Rather than Energy Transition?China's Energy Transition: Rapid Growth on a Long RoadSouth Africa's Changing Energy Landscape7 – Questions & AnswersIs the energy transition affordable?How will Germany ensure that the poor can still afford energy?When will renewables pay for themselves?Is the energy payback from wind and solar ever positive?Why are low-carbon goals not enough in themselves?Will Germany import more power from abroad after the nuclear phase-out?Did Germany not overreact to Fukushima?Are renewables not a relatively expensive way to lower carbon emissions?Will the nuclear phase-out not increase Germany's carbon emissions?Would nuclear power not be an inexpensive way to reduce carbon emissions?Will the lights go out?Will the Energiewende kill jobs?Do Germans support the Energiewende?How can Germany be both a green leader and remain an industrial powerhouse?How are energy-intensive firms exempted from the surcharge for renewable power?What role will shale gas play in the German Energiewende?Why did carbon emissions increase in 2013 and fall again in 2014?Is Germany undergoing a coal renaissance?How much electricity storage will Germany need?How could the cost of Germany’s Energiewende be decreased?