News Digest Item
19 May 2017

“Majority of Germans support energy transition, but see high costs”

Zukunft Erdgas / GfK

A large majority of Germans (82 percent) believe that the Energiewende is an important project which they personally consider the right thing, but many think that costs are too high, according to a survey by research company GfK, commissioned by natural gas industry group Zukunft Erdgas. 92 percent of respondents say that the energy transition should be better organised by the government.

For more surveys on the Energiewende read the CLEW factsheet Polls reveal citizens' support for Energiewende.

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