Germany recently broke its record for renewable energy generation by having
. . . 85% of its electricity come from renewable sources,
. . . over the last weekend of April.
Most of Germany’s coal-fired power stations,
. . . were not even operating on Sunday, April 30th.
“Nuclear power sources,
. . . which are planned to be completely phased out by 2022,
. . . were also severely reduced.”
On April 30,
. . . the amount of renewable energy in the grid was so high,
. . . that electricity actually fell into negative figures,
. . . because supply was greater than the demand.
5-16-2017 Source: #Renewable electricity: 85% in Germany
#Renewable electricity: 85% in Germany
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