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petebergs Jan 11
Who in his right mind would want to be even partially dependent on Germany’s insane ?
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Luis B. Aramburu Jan 12
Replying to @chrispydog @sideen_dan
One should be enough.
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Christian Roselund 10h
Replying to @duncan__c
Agreed. That we can have significant year-to-year fluctuations should be seen as that: evidence that we can have year-to-year fluctuations. Per my cynicism: I have seen one-year data widely abused in the past by those who wanted to discredit Germany's
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Aaron Oakley Jan 12
As for massively expensive, Germany is paying the highest energy prices in Europe for their failing .
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Int. IBC SOLAR Jan 11
RT : Today, General Assembly of will start, with presentation of Report on Geopolitics of Energy Transformation today and election of new Director-General on Sunday most prominently on agenda. IRENA crucial for 🌍 ,
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Sven Egenter 7h
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Julius Jan 15
Still can't decide which part of this classic to enjoy most: the devastating comments re from all over the world or the akward attempts at damage control by .
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Clean Energy Wire 3h
“Implementing the in Berlin offers enormous opportunities to future-proof the city & has great potential in a metropolis” – Berlin senator The full interview:
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Energy Watch Group Jan 15
While internationally acting as leader, at home Merkel "is not taking the lead, she is deceiving us” - interview with . urgently needs to step up , we need to
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Ned Blagojevic Jan 12
Replying to @votelau @Greens
True... where it matters they are building new nuclear plants as fast as they can. The west are dragging their feet but maintaining what they have. Unfortunately and have made very little impact over the last 20y .
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Luis B. Aramburu Jan 12
Could somebody please call solar PV in Germany and tell them that the vacations are OVER. They need to start producing electricity. Particularly now that Germany is at peak consumption.
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Kerstine Appunn Jan 15
"The way the reform is going at the moment, we may end up having to be grateful if the evidently ineffective policies are kept – I would find that terrible," says ’s env min at
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Ned Blagojevic 18h
The problem is that they are importing coal. 2nd ... it is burning gas ALL THE TIME ... It is in reality a gas+RE producer. That is not what the signed up for. Yes it does sound a bit like Aus-
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Lord Coalton RT🇪🇺 Jan 8
If only it was gas.
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Johannes Uhl Jan 15
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Tux Jan 11
Beginning this February, we will get Bio-Gas from . Together with Eco-Power from our local provider our home energy consumption is then fully CO2 neutral.
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Markus H. Krahnke 9h
Prima Animation! Und: Way to go! 🙂
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Sustainability Times Jan 15
‘Merkel deceived us on climate’, says ’s godfather
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Miguel Berger Jan 11
Very important to highlight geopolitical consequences of global , e.g. decreasing importance of fossil fuels in foreign policy toolbox (sanctions!), finance and trade. Technological innovation more rapid than many expect.
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Ned Blagojevic Jan 15
If that is true. He has finally admitted that ended up being nothing short of vandalism.
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