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Can Germany afford its ‘energy bender’ shift to green power?

Posted on 10 July 2013

Germany’s rapid transition to renewable energy is said to be the country’s biggest and most expensive project since the fall of the Berlin wall - but with rising costs for consumers and industry, will this great energy experiment succeed?
The powerful whiff of farmyard manure can’t dim the smiles on people’s faces in the German village of Juehnde. Located in the heart of the country, this rural community is home to Germany’s first energy co-operative that started in 2005. The co-op generates electricity from solar panels and from a biogas plant that mixes locally grown grain and locally sourced farm waste………………………………………..Full Article: Source


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