By Giles Parkinson
Reposted from RenewEconomy: Today's Graph of the Day will tell a story that will be repeated more regularly in coming months and years - the growing impact of solar and wind energy in countries such as Germany. This comes from Sunday (March 24) and shows that in the middle of the day, more than half of Germany's electricity output came from wind and solar. Two things are striking - one is the amount of solar … Read More
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