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Submission + - The Coming Energy Turnaround in Germany (thebulletin.org)

An anonymous reader writes: Germany has decided to close all of its nuclear power plants by 2022 and embark on an energy turnaround that focuses on large increases in sustainable energy production. What will it take in terms of investments, and will it mean cost hikes for German consumers? Will it really mean more jobs in the "green energy" sector?
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The Coming Energy Turnaround in Germany

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