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Energy industries association criticizes plans for reform of Germany's renewable energy law

8:58 AM MST | January 23, 2014 | Michael Ravenscroft

Germany's energy-intensive industries association EID (Berlin) has strongly criticized the planned provisions for the self-generation of electricity, as laid out by the federal government in the draft for a reform of the country's renewable energy law (EEG). The proposals will create an additional burden for energy-intensive industries compared with international competition, according to Utz Tillmann, an EID spokesperson and managing director of the German chemical trade association VCI (Frankfurt). "The long overdue EEG reform is on the way at last, but...

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