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The cabinet of Chancellor Angela Merkel today approved draft reforms of Germany’s Renewable Energies Act (EEG) that met with a cautious welcome from the wind energy industry, but were criticised sharply by the solar sector due to the introduction of a levy on self-consumption.

German cabinet OKs EEG draft

The cabinet of Chancellor Angela Merkel today approved draft reforms of Germany’s Renewable Energies Act (EEG) that met with a cautious welcome from the wind energy industry, but were criticised sharply by the solar sector due to the introduction of a levy on self-consumption.

The cabinet of Chancellor Angela Merkel today approved draft reforms of Germany’s Renewable Energies Act (EEG) that met with a cautious welcome from the wind energy industry, but were criticised sharply by the solar sector due to the introduction of a levy on self-consumption.