Germany receives, quite rightly, a very significant focus when it comes to climate transitions around the world. The country is huge, central to the European Union, and embarking on an ambitious approach to decarbonising its economy. It is a sensitive time in the country, with the imminent departure of long-time Chancellor Angela Merkel, and a ‘climate election‘ due this year. In a series of tweets published on Monday, Agora Energiewende’s project manager for the ‘international coal transition’, Phillip Litz, published a series of new graphics showing how Germany’s progress, to date, has been partly powered by a diverse array of ownership structures across several renewable energy technologies.
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