New German Government Ups Climate Ambition

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Germany’s three-party coalition has agreed to form a government, and they're pursuing a slew of updated energy goals to accelerate the energy transition in Europe’s largest economy. The Greens, left-leaning Social Democrats and libertarian Free Democratic Party have agreed to stick to a massive expansion of renewable capacity while leaving the door open for an extended role for natural gas in the energy mix.

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