Germany to Stay as Committed to Renewable Energy

[Reuters] Germany’s next government aims to maintain the current commitment to renewable energy and will leave existing legislation unchanged until at least 2008, according to a draft plan by the likely next administration. “We will pursue ambitious targets for the further expansion of renewable energy,” it said in a draft deal between the country’s two main parties obtained by Reuters on Friday. That means Germany will stick to its target of ensuring renewable sources make up at least 20 percent of the country’s overall energy requirement by 2020, a goal outlined by the previous Social Democrat (SPD)-Greens government. For the full story from the Reuters news wire via Planet-Ark, see the following link. For the full story, use the following link.
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