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Germany Electricity 2015 – 33% Renewable

lower-saxony-wind[source] Lower-Saxony, Germany

Some good news from Germany for a change: in 2015 the country will generate 33% of its electricity from renewable sources. This is up from 27% last year, a massive increase. At this growth rate, Germany could generate electricity 100% renewable by 2027.

Total amount of renewable generated electricity: 193 billion kwh or 55 billion euro against end consumer prices (28.8 cent/kwh).

On Saturday July 25, 2015, 78% of Germany’s electricity needs were covered by renewable sources, a new record.

[cleantechnica.com] – Germany Will Reach 33% Renewable Electricity This Year

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