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Chemical SMEs call for change in Germany's renewable energy regulation
September 5, 2013 | Michael Ravenscroft
Small- and medium-size enterprises (SME) in Germany are calling on the country's next government "to put an immediate stop to the costs" of Germany's so-called energy concept or energy transition, Energiewende, says chemical industry association VCI (Frankfurt). Federal elections are being held in Germany later this month. A memorandum signed by 200 chemical SMEs was presented in Berlin by Reinhold von Eben-Worlée, chairman of the committee of independent entrepreneurs within VCI, and managing director at Worlée-Chemie (Hamburg). These...
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