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Germany's renewable plan faces popular resistance to new power links

diegocg (1680514) writes | about 8 months ago

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diegocg (1680514) writes "Germany has outlined the details of the new 800km/497miles high voltage power link that will transport renewable power from the north to the industrial south. It is part of the Energiewende plan to replace nuclear power and most of other non-renewable energy sources with renewable sources in the next decades. However, the power link is facing a problem: popular resistance from neighbours affected."

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