Can connection keep pace with ambition?

December 2012
Modern Power Systems;Dec2012, Vol. 32 Issue 12, p36
The article explores the ambition of Germany to move away from nuclear power and embrace renewable energy sources. It mentions that the country's ambitious renewables policy involves filling its northern seas with offshore wind turbines. It notes that German's desire for energy revolution is affected by strict permitting laws, technology problems, and multiple delays. It also emphasizes the initiative of government ministers in touring German renewable sites in a bid for green power production.


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