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Posted May 24, 2016Today in Energy

Germany's renewables electricity generation grows in 2015, but coal still dominant ›

Renewable electricity generation in Germany increased to 194 billion kilowatthours (kWh) in 2015, representing 31% of the country's gross electricity generation. The renewables electricity growth in 2015 was the largest in both percentage and absolute terms (19% and 32 billion kWh, respectively) in at least a decade. More

Source: EIA, based on German Statistical Office (Destatis) and AGEB- AG Energiebilanzen e.V.


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