Energy Transition

This is Germany's $45 billion, 18-year plan to move away from coal fired power stations

The agreement between the government and regional leaders sets an 18-year timeframe to phase out Germany’s coal fired power stations. Image: Unsplash/AC Almelor

Johnny Wood
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Germany’s coal fired power stations are still the backbone of the country’s overall energy demand.
Germany’s coal fired power stations are still the backbone of the country’s overall energy demand. Image: Statista
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Germany's energy mix is shifting from coal fired power stations to renewable energy.
Germany's energy mix is shifting from coal fired power stations to renewable energy. Image: Statista
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