News Digest Item
09 Sep 2016

“Here’s why districts in northern Germany are starting to push back against wind power”


Already densely populated by windmills, and with more in the pipeline, some districts in northern Germany are pushing back against wind power investors and laws, writes Angela Schmid in WirtschaftsWoche. Municipal politicians in Schleswig-Holstein are fighting plans to expand wind at state level, demanding to have more land designated as nature preserves.

Read the article in German here.

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