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Cost of electricity has risen less than other energy sources in Germany

Cost of electricity has risen less than other energy sources in Germany (Read more at 1.A – Fighting climate change)

Germany: growing economy, declining emissions

Germany: growing economy, declining emissions (Read more at 1.A – Fighting climate change)

Renewables are becoming competitive

Renewables are becoming competitive (Read more at 1.A – Fighting climate change)

Renewables save Germany more than 7 billion euros per year

Renewables save Germany more than 7 billion euros per year (Read more at 1.B – Reducing energy imports)

Renewables help make economy healthy

Renewables help make economy healthy (Read more at 1.C – Stimulating technology innovation and the green economy)

Renewables create more jobs than coal power does

Renewables create more jobs than coal power does (Read more at 1.C – Stimulating technology innovation and the green economy)

Recognizing the danger of nuclear power

Recognizing the danger of nuclear power (Read more at 1.D – Reducing and eliminating the risks of nuclear power)

More Renewables strengthen Germany's energy security

More Renewables strengthen Germany’s energy security (Read more at 1.E – Energy security)

Citizens form cooperatives to drive the energy transition

Citizens form cooperatives to drive the energy transition (Read more at 1.F – Strengthening local economies and providing social justice)

Energiewende not causing "energy poverty" in Germany

Energiewende not causing “energy poverty” in Germany (Read more at 1.F – Strengthening local economies and providing social justice)

German energy transition: high certainty with long-term targets

German energy transition: high certainty with long-term targets (Read more at 2.A – Efficiency)

Germany continues to produce more GDP with less energy

Germany continues to produce more GDP with less energy (Read more at 2.A – Efficiency)

Germany's plan: ramp up renewables, drive down energy consumption

Germany’s plan: ramp up renewables, drive down energy consumption (Read more at 2.A – Efficiency)

Germany's plan: drive down energy demand

Germany’s plan: drive down energy demand (Read more at 2.A – Efficiency)

Germany reaches 30 percent renewable power in 2015

Germany reaches 30 percent renewable power in 2015 (Read more at 2.A – Efficiency)

Germany's plan: declining role for coal power

Germany’s plan: declining role for coal power (Read more at 2.B – Less electricity from coal)

Germany's plan: switch from coal and nuclear to renewables

Germany’s plan: switch from coal and nuclear to renewables (Read more at 2.B – Less electricity from coal)

Wind turbines 50 times more powerful today than 20 years ago

Wind turbines 50 times more powerful today than 20 years ago (Read more at 2.C – Wind power)

Germany paved the way for solar and wind at an early stage

Germany paved the way for solar and wind at an early stage (Read more at 2.C – Wind power)

Germany is a leader in wind power

Germany is a leader in wind power (Read more at 2.C – Wind power)

Germany has steady wind power growth

Germany has steady wind power growth (Read more at 2.C – Wind power)

Germany is a leader in solar

Germany is a leader in solar (Read more at 2.E – Photovoltaics)

Germany's installed solar PV capacity is already half of power demand

Germany’s installed solar PV capacity is already half of power demand (Read more at 2.E – Photovoltaics)

Price of solar down in Germany by 74 percent since 2006

Price of solar down in Germany by 74 percent since 2006 (Read more at 2.E – Photovoltaics)

Solar PV can already cover a third of peak power demand

Solar PV can already cover a third of peak power demand (Read more at 2.E – Photovoltaics)

Renewables are a strong and growing pillar in power supply

Renewables are a strong and growing pillar in power supply (Read more at 2.F – Other renewables)

The future power grid will be bidirectional and intelligent

The future power grid will be bidirectional and intelligent (Read more at 2.G – Grid and power storage)

Does Germany need a capacity market to close the "winter gap"?

Does Germany need a capacity market to close the “winter gap”? (Read more at 2.H – Flexible power production (no more baseload))

Renewables need flexible backup, not baseload

Renewables need flexible backup, not baseload (Read more at 2.H – Flexible power production (no more baseload))

German energy transition is a democratic movement

German energy transition is a democratic movement (Read more at 2.I – Energy by the people)

Germany is gradually shutting down all nuclear power plants

Germany is gradually shutting down all nuclear power plants (Read more at 3.A – Nuclear phaseout)

Feed-in tariffs grow renewables

Feed-in tariffs grow renewables (Read more at 3.B – Renewable Energy Act with feed-in tariffs)

Feed-in tariffs provide investment certainty and drive costs down

Feed-in tariffs provide investment certainty and drive costs down (Read more at 3.B – Renewable Energy Act with feed-in tariffs)

Eco tax reform: taxing energy instead of jobs

Eco tax reform: taxing energy instead of jobs (Read more at 3.D – Environmental taxation)

Why cogeneration is more efficient than conventional coal power plants

Why cogeneration is more efficient than conventional coal power plants (Read more at 3.E – Cogeneration Act)

Germany can easily replace its nuclear capacity on the phaseout schedule

Germany can easily replace its nuclear capacity on the phaseout schedule (Read more at 3.A – Nuclear phaseout)

Feed-in tariffs grow renewables

Feed-in tariffs grow renewables (Read more at 3.B – Renewable Energy Act with feed-in tariffs and auctions)

Feed-in tariffs provide investment certainty and drive costs down

Feed-in tariffs provide investment certainty and drive costs down (Read more at 3.B – Renewable Energy Act with feed-in tariffs and auctions)

Industry by far biggest power consumer in Germany

Industry by far biggest power consumer in Germany (Read more at 3.B – Renewable Energy Act with feed-in tariffs and auctions)

German government hands power sector back to energy corporations

German government hands power sector back to energy corporations (Read more at 3.B – Renewable Energy Act with feed-in tariffs and auctions)

Eco tax reform: taxing energy instead of jobs

Eco tax reform: taxing energy instead of jobs (Read more at 3.D – Environmental taxation)

Why cogeneration is more efficient than conventional coal power plants

Why cogeneration is more efficient than conventional coal power plants (Read more at 3.E – Cogeneration Act)

Public funding triggers private investments

Public funding triggers private investments(Read more at 3.F – Renewable Energy Heating Act and Market Incentive Program (MAP))

 

Grid reliability and growth in renewables go hand in hand

Grid reliability and growth in renewables go hand in hand (Read more at 3.G – Act on Accelerating Grid Expansion )

The housing sector offers large potential for energy savings

The housing sector offers large potential for energy savings (Read more at 3.H – Energy-Conservation Ordinance (EnEV) and financial support schemes)

German development bank by far biggest clean tech lender

German development bank by far biggest clean tech lender (Read more at 3.J – International Climate Initiative)

Progress of EU Member States towards 2020 climate and energy targets

Progress of EU Member States towards 2020 climate and energy targets (Read more at 3.L – Coordination with the European Union)

Green electricity less than one percent of average household budget

Green electricity less than one percent of average household budget (Read more at 7.A – Is the energy transition affordable?)

Renewables are not the main driver for high power prices in Germany

Renewables are not the main driver for high power prices in Germany (Read more at 7.A – Is the energy transition affordable?)

Fossil and nuclear have received by far more subsidies than renewables

Fossil and nuclear have received by far more subsidies than renewables (Read more at 7.A – Is the energy transition affordable?)

German power exports continue to rise

German power exports continue to rise (Read more at 7.F – Will Germany import more power from abroad after the nuclear phaseout?)

Grid reliability and renewable growth seem to go hand in hand

Grid reliability and renewable growth seem to go hand in hand (Read more at 7.K – Will the lights go out?)

The benefits of renewable energy: future technologies for climate protection

The benefits of renewable energy: future technologies for climate protection (Read more at 7.J – Wouldn’t nuclear power be an inexpensive way to reduce carbon emissions?)

93 percent of Germans support further growth of renewables

93 percent of Germans support further growth of renewables (Read more at 7.M – Do Germans support the energy transition?)

Renewables are not the main reason for rising surcharge

Renewables are not the main reason for rising surcharge (Read more at 7.O – How are energy-intensive firms exempted from the surcharge for renewable power?)



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