In a move aimed at achieving a 40% reduction on 1990-level greenhouse gas emissions by 2020, the German government has recently approved the second phase of a significant energy-saving and climate-protection package, the country’s national news agency, Deutsche Presse Agentur (DPA) reports.
The cabinet has, however, postponed the implementation of the …
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