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2019-05-30 17:55:00

GERMANY'S COAL IS MAIN

GERMANY'S COAL IS MAIN

U.S. EIA - In January 2019, Germany's government-appointed coal commission introduced a proposed pathway to phase out all coal electricity generation by 2038. This, along with previous actions to phase out nuclear generation, would result in further changes in Germany's electricity generation mix, which has increasingly used renewable technologies and natural gas. This phaseout is part of the country's Energiewende—a planned transition to low-carbon domestic energy production.

Electricity generated from Germany's coal-fired plants declined by 46 million…

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GERMANY'S COAL IS MAIN
2019, May, 23, 12:15:00
U.S. SANCTIONS FOR GERMANY
The German Economy Ministry has taken note of the threat of U.S. sanctions being placed on the Nord Stream 2 gas pipeline project, a spokeswoman said on Wednesday, adding that Berlin rejected sanctions that have extraterritorial effect.
GERMANY'S COAL IS MAIN
2019, May, 21, 15:30:00
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“По итогам 2018 года доля российского газа в потреблении газа Европой достигла более, чем 35%, а в импорте - 46%, то есть это почти половина. При этом Евросоюз остается основным потребителем газа из России - доля стран Евросоюза в поставках "Газпромом" в прошлом году достигла уже более 86%, что говорит о нашей существенной взаимозависимости, и о том, что мы должны действовать достаточно скоординировано", - заметил замглавы Минэнерго России.
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Tags: GERMANY, ENERGY, COAL, ELECTRICITY, SOLAR, NUCLEAR, GAS, RENEWABLE, WIND
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GERMANY'S COAL IS MAIN
2019, November, 11, 13:00:00
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GERMANY'S COAL IS MAIN
2019, November, 11, 12:55:00
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GERMANY'S COAL IS MAIN
2019, November, 11, 12:50:00
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GERMANY'S COAL IS MAIN
2019, November, 11, 12:45:00
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2019, November, 11, 12:40:00
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2019, November, 8, 11:35:00
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2019, November, 8, 11:25:00
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