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Tuesday, 01 Mar 2022


100% green power by 2035 high hopes for Germany's next renewables reform


Germany’s government has initiated the first steps of a wide-ranging renewables reform that should make the country’s power supply almost 100 percent renewable by 2035. In a draft paper seen by Clean Energy Wire, the economy and climate ministry proposes higher renewable capacity targets for 2030, aligning the German clean energy path with the 1.5°C warming limit.

In a novelty move, the ministry will legally oblige power suppliers to reduce bills for consumers after the levy for renewables on the power price is scrapped in July 2022. The ministry’s plans were well-received due to their potential for ridding the country of its dependency on imported fossil fuels and for accelerating the decarbonisation of all sectors, but questions were also raised as to how the government will actually put all the extra gigawatts of renewables capacity on the ground.

In a reaction to the possible reduction or stop of Russian 🦕 gas deliveries to Germany, minister Robert Habeck said that there would be no taboos when looking into supply security, but that using ☠️ imported coal for longer or letting existing nuclear  plants remain online were unlikely to be feasible solutions. Update: Adds details on planned renewables reform and reactions from industry.

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