Wind Energy becomes even more important in Germany

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Especially the offshore wind industry continues to grow fast, states a new report by Fraunhofer IWES.

Official Press Release Fraunhofer IWES:

Wind energy now on par with nuclear energy

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Wind energy now on par with nuclear energy

Fraunhofer IWES presents Germany Wind Energy Report 2016

»Wind energy has become an integral part of the energy supply. A new milestone for the transformation of energy supply systems was reached last year with renewable energy now accounting for 29 percent of the gross energy consumption. That is more than the conventional nuclear and brown coal power plants. With 80 TWh, wind energy’s contribution to the gross German energy generation is now 12.4 percent whilst nuclear energy lies at 13 percent. Energy production with offshore wind energy plants is gathering speed« says Prof Dr Kurt Rohrig, editor of the new »Germany Wind Energy Report 2016« published by the Fraunhofer Institute for Wind Energy and Energy Systems Technology in Kassel, as he... ... More: Official Press Release Fraunhofer IWES

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