Largest German Offshore Wind, Bankrupt!!!!!!

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    Coal is now in Germany’s rear-view mirror. In 2018, 40% of the country’s electricity mix came from wind, solar, biomass and hydroelectric sources. That’s up 4.3 percentage points over 2017, and topped coal generation (38% of the total) for the first time, according to the Fraunhofer research group. The bulk of the clean power came from onshore and offshore wind capacity (20.4% of total output) and solar (8.4% of total output).

    Germany, Europe’s largest economy, is steadily retiring its coal and nuclear power plants as it seeks to cut carbon emissions over the coming decades. The country will reduce greenhouse gas emissions by 40% next year, and by 95% in 2050, compared to 1990 levels.

    Electricity from renewables topped coal in Germany for first time in 2018

    Gotta love you dumb fucks that cherry pick to prove a lie. LOL What pathetic little assholes.
     
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    quartz? that is your source? you are really a fool! if they post in online and you can find it with google, it must be fact, ha, ha, ha
     
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    according to old crock's quartz; "The country will reduce greenhouse gas emissions by 40% next year,"

    Yet, greenhouse gas emissions in germany have risen the last 10 years? But this year, they will go down 40%
    Yes, we believe in the Almighty Green God.
     

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