Find out about the challenges of the German Energiewende. In 2000, the so-called red-green coalition government in Germany passed the Renewable Energies Act.
But: Is an energy transition from fossil fuels to renewable energy sources possible? What does it take to manage this Renewable Energy Transition?
Today more than a quarter of the energy supply in Germany comes from renewable sources. But there are still a lot of questions: Which types of renewable energy should be used in which parts of Germany? How do we guarantee a secure energy supply if the wind isn’t blowing or the sun isn’t shining? How does electricity travel from the generator to the receiver?
This video proposes ideas of what can be done to manage this mammoth project: The Renewable Energy Revolution in Germany.
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