Germany will be reducing its wind energy footprint this year in order to artificially reduce the total energy generated. Germany is a leader in renewable energy production and this move could hamper its reputation, feel some experts. Since the shutting down or reduction in usage of nuclear power plants, wind energy has taken its place but is now producing so much energy, that it is creating imbalances. While the southern part of the country is in greater need of energy, no sustainable method has been devised for the successful transportation of the same. Residents have opposed large grids, and the underground line-laying is running late from the initial dates understood. By the year 2030, around half of Germany’s total energy needs will be met by renewable sources.

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