J.D. Tuccille of Reason writes on Germany’s energy policy.
- Despite plans to run solely on renewable power, Germany is now turning to coal to meet its energy needs.
- Germany has continued its phase out of nuclear power and has not signaled that it will reconsider this approach, despite the fact that it is clean, safe, and reliable.
- While green energy is important, a government mandated “renewables only” energy strategy does not provide the best pathway forward to reduce emissions in an economically just way.
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