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Strong at the coast, weak in the cities -- the German energy-transition patchwork

(Helmholtz Centre for Environmental Research - UFZ) The energy transition in Germany is making progress. In 2015, hydropower, wind, sun and biomass provided about 35 percent of electricity. The ambitious transition to climate-friendly energy provision is moving ahead in all federal states. But from region to region there are huge differences. These have now been identified by scientists at the UFZ.
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