As Germany is heading to the polls this week (Sunday 24 September 2017), the energy and climate law blog assesses the election manifestos of the main political parties in Germany with a view to energy and climate. What is Germany`s renewable energy future looking like? Is the German energy turnaround (Energiewende) here to stay and how shall it be steered in the coming years? How do the parties aim to combat climate change?
There are six parties/groups that, according to current projections, are likely to obtain seats in parliament after the elections on 24 September. The positions on energy and climate will be summarized for each of the six parties/groups. The assessment highlights that the parties have very different ideas on energy and climate for Germany`s future.
Read the full article on Ruven Fleming's Energy and Climate blogspot.
This article was published by the Faculty of Law.
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