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Germany to utilize the energy of freedom by 2030



Followed by Germany’s target to eliminate fossil fuels by 2040, the country has now planned to satisfy its electricity demands from renewable electricity sources by 2035. Economy Minister Robert Habeck believes that this expansion of renewable energy will cut fossil fuel supplies from Russia, making the country less dependent. The amendment has been made in Germany’s Renewable Energy Sources Act (EEG), raising the share of wind or power up to 80% by 2030. By the targeted time, Germany’s onshore wind energy limit should reach 110 gigawatts (GW), inshore wind energy should increase up to 30GW and solar energy should hit 200 GW.

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