Holst, Jens
May 2013
Lebensmittel Zeitung;5/24/2013, Issue 21, p28
Trade Publication
An article on the economic effects of EEG renewable energy regulations on the German grocery industry is presented. The author compares the cost of electric utilities for a grocery store in 2012 with 2013, discusses the frequency of opting-out of EEG regulations by grocery and food producing companies, and describes the uncertainties of calculating the total electricity use of the German grocery industry.


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