Renewable Energy In Germany Sets Records In March
Original story at CleanTechnica• 5 mentions • 1 month ago
CleanTechnica 1 month ago
Renewable energy made up just over 41% of Germany’s power supply last month, the most ever at around 19.5 TWh. It’s a good thing, too, because nuclear power production may have fallen to its lowest monthly level since the 1970s – even though no nuclear plant has been switched off since 2015. Meanwhile, has France’s tentative nuclear reduction reached a milestone? Craig Morris takes a look. In March, Germany posted yet another wind power record, with production peaking at 38.5 GW on March 18, just topping the ...