News Digest Item
13 Apr 2017

“Research for the energy transition”


The German government spent 876 million euros on energy research last year, a slight increase over 2015, reports Dagmar Dehmer in Tagesspiegel. Two thirds of the money went into renewables and efficiency research, followed by nuclear fusion and nuclear safety, according to a report by the Ministry for Economics and Energy.

Read the article in German here.

Find the ministry’s report in German here.

For background, read the CLEW dossier New technologies for the Energiewende.

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