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Asian Concerns Over German ‘Energiewende’ Failures: Bangladesh, India Need To Draw Their Lessons

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For a long time the developing countries have been learning from the Germany’s ‘Energiewende’ (literally translating to Energy Transition) programme, which entailed dismantling its 19 nuclear power stations by 2022 and replace it with other renewable energy sources. However, as

Germany’s Energiewende ‘An Economic, Social and Ecological Disaster’, Leading Social Democrat Warns

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In a referendum slated for this coming Sunday, Swiss citizens are being called to vote on a national energy strategy, dubbed Energiestrategie 2050. Germany Green Party co-founder and former federal Homeland Minister Otto Georg Schily warns Swiss citizens voting on energy

Germany’s Energiewende To Cost Staggering €520 Billion By 2025, First Full-Cost Study Finds

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The total cost of Germany’s green energy transition (Energiewende) amounts to over €520 billion euros by 2025 in the electricity sector alone. This is the result of a report commissioned by the Düsseldorf Institute for Competition Economics (DICE), commissioned by the Initiative

„Energiewende“ Shattering German Power Sector: E.on Loses Whopping 10.2 Billion Euros

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E.on, Europe’s largest power company, lost almost 7 billion euros last year (2015). A year earlier it lost 3.2 billion euros. The German power giant was hit not only by low prices on the electricity exchanges, but the losses were also