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Timeline of Energiewende in Germany

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Timeline of
Energiewende

in Germany

Timeline of the
Energiewende
2012
German power exports reach record level

GWh = gigawatt hour
Timeline of the
Energiewende
1999-2003
Eco-Tax Reform Act -- each year, a few cents are added to the price of a liter of gasoline and to a kilowatt-hour of fossil–based electricity

2000
The Renewable Energy Act (EEG) replaces the Feed-in Act

2011
Fukushima
40 percent of nuclear generating capacity is switched off for good within a week, with the last plant to be shut down roughly in 2022.
Gross electricity generation by energy source (1990-2013)
Energy sources today
Timeline of the
Energiewende

1974
The Federal Environment Agency is founded.

1983
Green Party enters national parliament.

1986
Chernobyl (Ukraine)
The Federal Ministry of the Environment, Nature Conservation, and Nuclear Safety is founded.

1991
The Feed-in Act is adopted.
Image source: http://www.welt.de/wirtschaft/article118645558/DWO-Stromexport-NEU-jpg.html
Sources
Timeline of Energiewende
http://energytransition.de/

Source for table of gross electricity sources
https://www.google.com/url?sa=t&rct=j&q=&esrc=s&source=web&cd=1&cad=rja&uact=8&ved=0CCEQFjAA&url=http%3A%2F%2Fwww.ag-energiebilanzen.de%2Findex.php%3Farticle_id%3D29%26fileName%3D20140207_brd_stromerzeugung1990-2013.pdf&ei=GQsgVOiABMOLyATVhoHICA&usg=AFQjCNHKGejlFjY-JyK8-yWQvrBTExNvHw&sig2=hT4izD5b1oOJnZ2LuZO2Xw&bvm=bv.75775273,d.aWw
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Nuclear energy
Bituminous coal or black coal
Natural gas
Petroleum products
Renewables including
wind power
hydropower
bio mass
solar
household trash
other sources
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gross generation total
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energy flow from other courntries
energy flow to other countries
energy flow total
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gross energy use in Germany
percent change from previous year
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amount of energy use covered by renewable energies (in %)

Green beats brown
Net electricity production in TWh (terrawatt hour), first two quarters 2014

Braunkohle -- brown coal
Steinkohle -- black coal
Atomkraft -- nuclear energy
Wasserkraft -- hydropower
Biomasse -- biomass
Sonstige -- other
Image source: http://www.manager-magazin.de/unternehmen/energie/oeko-stromerzeugung-im-strommix-in-deutschland-2014-a-979004.html
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