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Germany's 2017 green power surcharge to rise 8 percent: sources

FRANKFURT (Reuters) - A surcharge levied on German consumers to support renewable power will most likely rise by around 8 percent next year, despite government efforts to scale back support for green power, sources in the power transmission sector said on Tuesday.
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