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Germany Sets Energy Example

Nearly 20 years ago, Germany passed a law requiring utility companies to pay homeowners more for creating green energy. (Photo courtesy of the National Renewable Energy Laboratory)

Many European countries are taking climate change seriously. Since 1990, Germany has slashed their carbon emissions nearly 23%, emerging as a leader in green energy. Conrad Wilson explains the country's transformation to an alternative energy leader:

Wikipedia's page on feed-in tariffs

A related article on Germany's program

Producer: Conrad Wilson
Release Date: October 15, 2009
Running Time: 3:23

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