For years, many in the renewable energy sector has been thinking about what to do with installations in Germany once they drop out of the government’s feed-in-tariff scheme after the 20-year operating period has expired. Of course, the aim is to avoid a situation in which many plants that are well maintained and still in good working order are gradually disconnected from the grid. With a view to a rapid switch to 100% renewable power and reaching the government’s self-imposed climate targets, this capacity must not be lost – and this is something the government also needs to hear.
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