04 Jun 2015 | Kerstine Appunn

Germany's energy transition in numbers

UPDATE -- Germany has set itself several numerical targets to measure and advance its efforts in lowering greenhouse-gas emissions. The performance towards those targets presents a mixed picture - while the share of power generated from renewable energy sources is advancing in line with the respective goal, Germany's efforts to lower emissions and to raise efficiency are below target currently.

1 AG Energiebilanzen 2015. Data 2013 and 2014 and data 2008.
2 Progress Report Energiewende, 2014.
3 Kraftfahrtsbundesamt, 2015.
4 BMWi, 2014.
5 UBA, 2015.
6 BMWi, 2015.

 

A first version of this factsheet was published in October 2014. This is the June 2015 update.

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