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Germany's new coalition raises the bar on energy transformation

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Efforts to decarbonise Germany's power sector have so far centred on growth in solar and wind. But coal remains the dominant source of generation, accounting for more than a third of supply in 2017. The prominence of coal, on-going nuclear phase-out and looming 2020 emissions targets have driven Germany’s new coalition government to target carbon-intensive energy. In the short term, efforts will be made to close the carbon reduction gap and renewable power targets will rise to 65% by 2030.

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