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  • A third of German electricity is green
  • A third of German electricity is green
    Eliot Phillips (2014) ©
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A third of German electricity is green

Germany is setting records when it comes to sustainability. The country is increasing the percentage of renewable energy it produces and is far ahead of most other developed nations. But what sets the land of beer and bratwurst apart when it comes to the environment?

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