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Solar & Wind Have Won Energy Technology Race, Says Germany

Originally published on RenewEconomy. The minister responsible for Germany’s ambitious Energiewende, or energy transition, from coal and nuclear to renewable energy says it is clear that solar and wind energy have won the technology race. In an interview with RenewEconomy in Abu Dhabi last week, special minister of state Rainer Baake said the task now [&hellip Solar & Wind Have Won Energy Technology Race, Says Germany was originally published on CleanTechnica.
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