Study: Expansion plans could more than double CO2 savings

The additional amount will be split equally between the expansion of photovoltaics and wind power, with onshore wind power accounting for the greater part, the IW continues.

The institute emphasized that the implementation is now decisive. “Because if approval procedures sometimes take several years, too little space is provided for wind turbines and there is no planning security for plant operators, even the best goals do not help,” said IW energy expert Andreas Fischer. The government must be measured against its ambitious goals in the coming years. (dpa / lm)

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