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  • Most Germans are keen to switch to renewable energy
  • Most Germans are keen to switch to renewable energy
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Most Germans are keen to switch to renewable energy

A survey has revealed that German people are increasingly open to converting to renewable energy, with many keen to help generate it themselves. With the environment now a front-of-mind issue, people are taking it upon themselves to instigate positive change.

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