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Renewable Value-added

Due to the successful promotion of renewable energies (RE) in Germany they contribute to the supply of electricity, heat and fuel supply with a significant amount. The central idea of a low-emission energy supply as a contribution to the climate protection is by no means the only incentive. The growing decentralization of the energy system lays the foundations for new forms of participation in the transformation of our energy system. With the participation in the expansion process often comes a sharing of economic profits. Photovoltaic installations on the own rooftop can be attractive investments. Biogas plants open up important sources for employment and income for agricultural holdings. Last but not least, many municipalities expect tax revenues from e.g. from wind energy plants installed on their land to improve their budget and to get in with the economic growth.


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