Germany: Energy leaders debate the grid’s future

October 7, 2011 at 10:21 pm

The last time I visited Bonn, Germany was divided into East and West, and Bonn was the capital of West Germany. Times have changed.

This week the Federal Network Agency (which regulates Germany’s power industry) held a workshop in Bonn. There, energy industry leaders discussed the future of this now-united nation’s now-united electricity grid…

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