Germany Hits Renewable Energy Record High

The green power share in Germany climbed to a record high in the first half of 2019, with renewable [...]

Political Breakthroughs Brighten Outlook for Germany’s Grid Expansion

A new grid expansion law and an agreement between southern states and the federal government revive Germany’s transmission buildout. [...]

German Parliament Passes Law on Faster Grid Expansion to Ensure Renewables Growth

New legislation passed yesterday by Germany’s federal parliament is to ensure the timely completion of crucial power grid connections [...]

Germany Drives Onshore Wind Growth in Northwest Europe

But changes are coming to region’s largest wind market, according to a new Wood Mackenzie report. A record year [...]

Germany, Belgium and Denmark Sign Agreement to Deploy More Offshore Wind in Europe

The governments of leading offshore wind markets, Germany, Belgium and Denmark have signed a Joint Statement to further the [...]

EU Backs 600-MW Kriegers Flak Wind Farm in Danish Waters

The European Commission on March 28 determined that its support of the 600-MW Kriegers Flak offshore wind farm in [...]

Denmark, Germany and the Netherlands Want to Build an Island Hub to Support 100GW of Offshore Wind

The island could also become a crucial provider of renewable-power-to-gas for Europe. A group of European countries is looking [...]

German Economy Minister Calls for Further Reforms of Renewable Energy Law

Germany must carry on with legislation aimed at capping energy costs and ironing out inefficiencies in its renewable energy [...]

What Can Australia Learn from Germany’s Remarkable Energy Transition?

The Australian government is reviewing our electricity market to make sure it can provide secure and reliable power in [...]

Beyond Growing Pains: Germany’s New Normal in Renewable Energy Policy

In July 2016, the German government decided to abolish the country’s feed-in tariff (FIT) for renewable electricity generation. Instead, the government [...]