Germany aims for 80% renewables by 2050

October 11, 2010 at 7:14 pm

Last week Germany published guidelines for its energy road map through 2050. The goal is a market-oriented energy policy, with room to capitalize on technological advances.

Renewables are a core part of this Energy Concept document. In it, Germany’s Federal Ministry for the Environment (Bundesministerium fur Umwelt, or BMU) emphasized that renewables will gradually replace conventional energy sources. Also, nuclear power will enable this shift.

More about this plan…

Full story: Germany’s new “Energy Concept”: Renewable, grid goals through 2050

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