Germany’s New Renewables Laws ‘a Slap in the Face’

Germany’s New Renewables Laws ‘a Slap in the Face’
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Germany’s draft renewable energy laws, which the government is seeking to introduce next year, have been heavily criticised by energy storage systems association BVES.

A critical piece of the country’s energy transition (Energiewende) legislature, which originally aims to bring about an economically feasible low carbon society, the German Renewable Energy Sources Act (‘Erneuerbare-Energien-Gesetz’ - EEG) first introduced a feed-in tariff for renewable energy in the year 2000.

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