Germany's struggle with wind power

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Every country in the world struggles with energy. Modern countries are looking for new, sustainable, and more efficient sources of energy. One of those is wind power.

Germany is one of the most powerful countries in the world. And its industry needs a lot of energy and power. And if the country wants to meet the climate goals, it will have to fully transition from nuclear and coal power to renewable energy.

Yet, the construction of wind turbines has been stalling. The decline in the build rate raised the alarm among political leaders and industry leaders.

What is the reason for the decline? Without the inexpensive power source, Germany’s power sector is in jeopardy. This documentary takes a look at the struggle of Germany to get more wind power.

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