14 Dec 2018, 14:35
Benjamin Wehrmann

“Can Germany revive its stalled energy transition?”


Germany has long been a global leader in developing and deploying low-carbon technologies, but now faces mounting criticism for failing to significantly reduce its CO2 emissions, Paul Hockenos writes for YaleEnvironment360. “Now, a broad spectrum of energy experts are working to revitalize the effort to make Germany nearly carbon-free by mid-century.”

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