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How to make renewables cheaper

After publishing "When and how to support renewables," Georg Zachmann talks to Sandra Gathmann about why renewable energies still matter and how the cost can be brought down.

By: Date: March 14, 2014 Topic: Green economy

After publishing "When and how to support renewables," Georg Zachmann talks to Sandra Gathmann about why renewable energies still matter and how the cost can be brought down.


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