Renewable Energy Most Important Electricity Source in Germany in 2013?

by Stefanie Blasberg, German Energy Blog:

The contribution of renewable energies to Germany’s power production is becoming increasingly important. According to a new study of the Internationales Wirtschaftsforum Regenerative Energien IWR (a German based Renewable Energy Industry Institute), renewables may becom the most important energy source for power production in Germany as early as 2013.

This year, the renewable energy sector are likely to end up in 2nd place, with 140 billion kWh. But as as early as next year renewables energies may replace lignite as the number 1 energy source, Dr. Norbert Allnoch, managing director of IWR said. In 2011 lignite was the biggest power source  in Germany (150 billion kWh), followed by the renewable energy (122 billion kWh) and hard coal (114 billion kWh)… Read more

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