Germany’s industry federation has released a proposal for reform of the nation’s renewable energy strategy, calling for it to be enacted in the new government’s first 100 days.
Aptly referred to as “America’s backyard” in the recent documentary featuring the West Virginian coalfields, Hollow, much of the nation can hardly imagine the terms “progress” and “central Appalachia” in the same sentence. From the region responsible for the industrialization of our nation, namely, the central Appalachian coal counties of West Virg
Cool Planet Energy Systems Inc., a closely held biofuel developer, raised $19.4 million to help build its first production facility.
While we in the energy sector are used to thinking of Germany as a global leader in the adoption of new energy technologies, recent analysis points to an area where this may not be the case — and it’s mainly due to privacy issues.