People in Germany’s small towns and rural areas are turning to renewable energy in a process that has special lessons for countries like India.
Learning how Germany’s citizen-owned, highly-decentralised energy transition, named Energiewende, is working to decarbonise the economy, could be most useful for India, the third-biggest solar installer after China and the US, and aiming to increase its solar capacity to 100 GW by 2022.
This is a new business model for sustainable growth to limit manmade climate change along with strengthening regional purchasing power, said policymaker Peter Heck. Read More
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