Parliament approves plan to move towards competitive auctions and caps on deployment of wind energy
Germany's parliament has approved a plan to reform the country's renewable energy law by ending feed-in tariffs in favour of competitive auctions and caps on wind energy deployment. Lawmakers agreed...
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