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Baxter visited a pilot battery storage system operated by DREWAG, a local company in Dresden, Saxony.

Pennsylvania Can Learn from Germany’s Experience with Renewable Energy

Pennsylvania can learn a lot from Germany about clean energy, according to Lindsay Baxter, Program Manager for Energy and Climate at the Pennsylvania Environmental Council. She recently spent three weeks learning lessons and best practices from Germany’s energy transition. She shares her takeaways below – from the importance of a clear goal, to costs and public […]

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What Can the U.S. Learn from Germany’s Energiewende?

Last week, at the invitation of The American Council on Germany, I had the chance to participate in a roundtable discussion with Mr. Jürgen Trittin, a current member of the German Bundestag (Parliament) and former federal Environment Minister [covering energy (traditional, nuclear, and renewables), water, land conservation, species protection, air quality, pollution, urban development, and […]

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