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2020-01-20 11:45:00

GERMANY NEED RENEWABLE

GERMANY NEED RENEWABLE

REUTERS - JANUARY 17, 2020 - Germany's four power grid operators said on Friday that a sharp rise in the country's renewable generation capacity was needed over the next 15 years to meet demand from the electrification of heating, transport and other industries.

Presenting their capacity planning needs through 2035, the four high voltage transmission grid firms (TSOs) said in a press release that Europe's biggest economy will need installed renewable power capacity of between 235 and 276 gigawatts (GW) by 2035 compared with 116 GW in 2018.

"The power…

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